The chicken calendar is here!
Later on this year we’ll update it to a 2019 calendar for next year:)
It’s almost time to turn over the calendar again.
One of my favorite things is re-using an old calendar, because great calendars are works of art worth saving, and the years do come around again (although you have to wait a while longer to pull Garfield 1992 out of storage -2020). Leap years are tough.
Those 2016 calendars you just about finished with come back around in 2044.
But 2017 is a repeat of 2006, which was only ten years ago. Cats and Kittens ’06 is probably just under a stack of papers downstairs.
This is my master list of calendar reuse. Of course, it’s online.
And if you want a shiny new one, then my photographer brother has a selection of calendars of his work (Iceland, New England, Utah, PNW, horses, etc) available at zazzle.com/derekkind. They’re amazing; I’m not just saying that.
Since he started making calendars in 2010, I’m saving them all and looking forward to the years returning so I can use them again:)
Anyone familiar with my brother’s incredible photography may be interested to know that several 2016 calendars of his collected photographs, featuring Iceland, Canada, and USA, are newly on sale at Zazzle.com.
Especially because Zazzle is having a wicked sale on right now- 60% off calendars, just until Monday (the 19th). Coupon code is PREP4HOLIDAY. Perfect time for early Christmas planning! You can choose your own size (price is according to size) of calendar under Customize It.
Yay, it’s time again to get into the image box and get out any calendars from 2003, 1997 or 1986, if you’re a real packrat. They’re all reusable for 2014.