If you’re new to A Rural Journal, let me tell you a little bit about myself and what you can find here.
I am a farm wife and mother of two grown sons.
My union iron worker husband and I live in a 100+ year-old farm house
in eastern Nebraska, United States.
In my spare time, I enjoy photography,
knitting, reading, cooking, hiking and blogging.
We live on 80 acres of conservation reserve land in a rural county of about 20,000 people.
We have two German Shepherds, several farm cats, geese, ducks, a tom turkey, chickens and one guinea -- all of which keep me company and extremely busy.
My blog is primarily a place to feature my rural photography, offer free digital textures, talk about what's happening on our quiet, lazy farm and to meet talented, friendly people from all over the world.
I'm so happy that you stopped by. If you have any questions about something you've seen on A Rural Journal, please feel free to email me.