Praying for our Grandmother
Sad news. This morning, our Grandmother, our father's mother, fell in her kitchen and broke her femur bone in her leg. Dad and Robert went up to Smyer to be with her, since she has to have surgery. The femur is the biggest bone in the body, so it going to be pretty hard repair job. We are praying for her and hope God grants her a speedy recovery.
Grandmother was here yesterday and we went to Pizza Hut with her and after she went home we went to the Coleman Library. Jennifer got a James Herriot animal book, Robert got a book called The Yearling, and Sarah got a book about sharks. We had fun and enjoyed her visit.
The bunnies are doing well and are hopping around the cage. They are like little replicas of their mother, and they also drive her nuts. They hop all around her and try to climb on her back. She hops on top of the nest box where they cannot reach her, though.
Tomorrow the Guraus are going to the Callahan County Fair in Cross Plains to meet the breeder that sold Tracy her rabbits so they can pick up a few rabbits. They are hoping to get 2 or 3 does. They already have BoBo ( Iulian named her ) the female Lop, and a Californian buck named El Guapo. They are building a big rabbit hutch.
Well, have a nice day!
The Bunker Children