Growing Up Agrarian

We are four Christian, homechurched, homeschooled, homesteading, agrarian children growing up in Central Texas on a Ranch. We are Tracy,(15) Jennifer,(10) Robert,(9) and Sarah(5) Bunker. We also have one more brother, Thomas Shepard Bunker, who is in the courts of glory. We like to read books, raise animals, and play on the land. Tracy will be writing about the stuff we do. We hope you enjoy our Adventures!

3.02.2008

Rabbits and Tornados

Hello

Today we had fellowship at the Sifford's barn. It was nice and we are are learning a song called Angel Band.

We traded Californian bucks with the Sustaires since their buck was not doing his job. We gave them San Diego and they gave us Mr. Buffalo and we butchered him. We smoked him and Dad seasoned him with a Sangria Basil sauce. We ate him along with smoked turkey for fellowship. It was really good.

Mom, Robert and Jennifer are in Smyer helping our grandmother get around after her accident. She is doing very well and putting weight on her leg. We continue to pray for her and hope she gets better and better every day.

Tracy's rabbit Santa Monica had seven kits on Thursday. We probably will be taking them to Santa Anna Funtier Days and Bison Cookoff. We will be selling them there Lord Willing. Mom asked Amanda, the teller at the Santa Anna Bank if she knew anybody we could call to get a booth there and she did, so that is a blessing.

Well yesterday was the start of tornado season here in Central Texas. We now have to watch the skies and keep the radios charged and a emergency bag packed at all times to run down to the root cellar at any time. We have not decided what to do with the rabbits, but we will come up with something.

Well we will write more later.

1\2 of The Bunker children

1 Comments:

Blogger Tabletop Homestead said...

When ya'll get Angel Band learned, you should record it and post it. It's one of my favorite songs and I so enjoy listening to the singing of the fellowship. :)

Mrs. Bowman

7:05 AM  

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