Hello, I’m Angel Pumpkin, and I’m so happy to be back for this short program. To start off the show, please welcome the Tumbling Chicklets and their spotter.
That flip was wonderful, wasn’t it. Give them a lot of chirps and wing flaps. Now Brian would like to show you his costume.
I’m sorry. I should have said, Brian and his friend Stanley.
There was a tribute to the warming bunnies earlier today. They are busy keeping new chicklets warm and working in the hospital, where a few piglets and hens are still recovering from the last raid on a Factory Farm. I don’t know what we would do without the Warming Bunnies. We owe them so much.
Cerise, a member of the I WISH I WAS A MERMAID, organization just wanted to wave her tail at everyone, so let’s here it for Cerise.
…one more vampire. Count Fangula would like you to know that he’s a nice vampire and that he made his fangs himself, so you don’t have to be afraid of him.
Next…a representative of the BAN GUNS Committee would like you to know that there is no good news. None at all. Not even a little.
That concludes this portion of the live entertainment. Please go to the game area and don’t forget the treat tables. Harry Potter movies will begin at 9:30 in the Pajama Party Barn. Snacks will be served and I must say that the owls are quite excited about the films. Always remember…life is about having fun.
Thank you. This is Angel Pumpkin signing off
The chicklets never get angry, well, except when it comes to factory farms, eating and wearing animals, and all other forms of abuse, torture and death. But I think I’m disappointing them by not finding time to paint them, while they are having their Halloween party.
I haven’t been this busy since….UH, a really long time ago. Between the landscaping, the cat house, and nine million other things I have to do, I’m finding there aren’t enough hours in the day. The chicklets offered to help me find them, the hours that is, but I told them, “Good luck.”
I’m not quite running on empty but getting there. Have something to do all day tomorrow and hope I might be able to get to the grocery store on Saturday, then I think I’m clear for a couple of days. All I have right no are frozen Eggo’s and water, oh and lots of bread, which is probably headed for the garbage can because I keep buyingnew bread and sticking it in the freezer, cuz I can’t eat a whole loaf of bread while it’s still brand new. So right at this moment I’m having a blast, being stressed and while I know it will be over soon…my chicklets are softly pecking at me and telling me to get my act together.
So, I apologize to the chicklets, who deserve better but, having said that, they are excited because my granddaughter just found a caterpillar, is in love with him, and named him Jerry. The chicklets immediately invited Jerry to the Halloween party, but it’s not going to happen. He said there are too many beings that that might eat him. I told him that would never happen at The Coop, but he still has reservations, so only time will tell.
Anyway…the party has started…let the fun begin.
Elsa is going to make an appearance at the Halloween party. Everyone loves and appreciates her, so they are making a special presentation, honoring this very fine hen. The chicklets are very excited and so is Elsa.
Tulip thought it would be fun to dress up as her name, but the flowers kept getting in the way, so she’s going to come up with something new.
Hendrix loves everything about baking. He especially loves whisking things and spends a great deal of time whipping up cookies and meringue’s. Sometimes he carries his whisk with him, but he said he won’t be bringing it to the party because he’d rather eat and participate in the sing-a-long. I think that’s a very good choice.
I took him to Paris, hence the apron. He really loved the aprons.