My BFF and partner in crime moved to Germania this week. She and Dennis have been a part of our daily lives for four years now, and we will miss them very much. They’ve been much more than friends to us. They have taken care of our furry, and feathered friends, and also helped us keep our refrigerator free of those pesky leftovers. I doubt anyone has appeared in the CHICKENDIARY or the KITTYBUNNYCHICKEN, more than the Adams family. Here are a few highlights from the past.
This is from Bird Brains June 16, 2011 http://mychickendiary.com/2011/06/16/bird-brains/
This is from A Chick, A Chicken & a CeCe September 10, 2001 http://mychickendiary.com/2011/09/13/a-chick-a-chicken-and-a-cece/
From Ravenous Rowdy February 14, 2012 https://kittybunnychicken.com/2012/02/16/ravenous-rowdy/
From KITTYMANIA! March 22, 2012 https://kittybunnychicken.com/2012/03/22/kittymania/
From Pre-Easter Photo Shoot April 8, 2012 https://kittybunnychicken.com/2012/04/08/pre-easter-photo-shoot/
From Expedition Discovery April 16, 2012 https://kittybunnychicken.com/2012/04/16/expedition-discovery/
From Kitten Therapy June 28, 2012 https://kittybunnychicken.com/2012/07/01/kitten-therapy/
Leave it to Tama to make holding a chicken looks sexy.
Jim and I wanted to give them a good send off, so we asked what they wanted for their “Last Supper”. Tama requested THANKSGIVING DINNER because she knew that meal would be very simple and not make us go to a lot of trouble. (She’s so thoughtful like that). So we had a big stuffed chicken (couldn’t get a “happy” turkey on short notice) green bean casserole, sweet tater casserole, cranberry relish, stuffing and gravy, and pecan pie for dessert. And of course I made an appropriate centerpiece.
For all this she appeared truly thankful.
Tama Adams is the weirdest woman I know on planet Earth. She’s also a very kind person, a decent wife (you’ll have to talk to Dennis about that!) and a GREAT mother. She is an unusual and wonderful freak of nature and I will miss her very much. I fear she will cause many embarrassing international incidents during her stay in a far-flung country. Although Jim and I will have lots more food in the fridge, we’ll certainly have much less fun and strangeness in our daily lives.
Tama I wish for you all the scrapple you can eat, and to always have a pond to throw your pumpkin in! Love you much.–Your BFF and wind beneath your wings, Deb. 😦