I’m late with my calendar offering. In part it’s because I did not do one for the office. In part it’s because I seem to have even less time than usual. But mostly . . . because it slipped my mind.
The January 2013 calendar below uses a photo I snapped in Hawaii, on December 26, 2009. On January 7, 2010, we were still in Hawaii . . . it would be nice to be there now.
Right-Hand Click anywhere on the picture, and Choose “Save Link As . . . “.
Note that clicking “Save Image” will download the resampled image (640×974, 72dpi) WordPress created for the post. Suitable for viewing on the screen, but not suitable for printing.
“Save link as” downloads the native size of 11×17, 300dpi, but can be printed smaller. Printing larger may have mixed results depending on how knowledgeable you are.
Of course, saving is not required . . . one can just ignore the post. I’ll do this for a few months, then figure out if it’s worth continuing.
We seem to have made it through December, and the predicted end of the world . . . or maybe it did end, and no one noticed.
Discalimers: I do not guarantee accuracy of the calendar. My general understanding of time is limited to it being (mostly) an arbitrary demarcation of the unidirectional flow of existence. Remember; time flies like an arrow, but fruit flies like bananas.
Some might notice a slight change in the holiday markings for January (from last month’s calendar). The company I work for decided to cut three of the holidays we previously had. Good for morale, apparently, as we get to spend more time together, and form a closer-nit group.
Remember, you don’t have to use the calendar portion . . . you can cut out the bottom part, and you have a picture you can hang on your wall.
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. . . my FP ward . . . chieken shit.