About Jill

Hello! I am Jill Heemstra. I grew up in southeast South Dakota. I graduated from South Dakota State (Go Jackrabbits), transplanted to Nebraska and currently work for the University of Nebraska (Go Cornhuskers). My husband and I live on a farm with 12[hundred] trees, 11 hens a laying, 10 bulls for sale, nine great neighbors, eight cats napping , seven owls screeching, six apple trees, five miles to town, four roosters crowing, three boys growing, too many cows, and……a dog sleeping by a pear tree.

This blog is my tribute to the people producing the food, fuel, and fiber we depend on. My life as a farm daughter, wife, and mother has given me so many laughs, I just had to share them with someone else. While I focus on the lighter side of farm or ranch life, I hope you also can see the blood, sweat, and tears that go into this profession.

These stories are true, but I do admit that my faulty memory has probably misplaced a detail or two…..from time to time….once in a while….but not on purpose.

Please share your stories and remembrances too. I enjoy reading and hearing other stories about farm and ranch life!

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21 thoughts on “About Jill

  1. I was nominated for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award today! In appreciation, it now becomes my turn to make choices! I hope you don’t mind, but… I’ve enjoyed your blog so much that I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Thank you so much for ALL the great help and tips you’ve shared that will help my husband and I with our goals! ~ Teresa

    http://threecedarsfarm.wordpress.com/2013/04/02/a-surprise-in-my-email/

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