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The 2019 Calendar

November 26th, 2018

I usually try to get the calendar finished in October, but with my sister’s visit and a trip abroad, I didn’t get around to it until today. You can find it here on Lulu.com. Thanks for purchasing this calendar, I get a few dollars for each one sold, which helps pay for my hosting and other bills associated with maintaining this blog. I’ll try to add current sales here: 20% Off Calendars, Offer Expires December 6th at 11:59 PM EST, Coupon Code: BCP2018












The U.S. holidays are on the calendar, they just weren’t in the thumbnail images I downloaded from my proof. I hope you enjoy the calendar this year, I always enjoy looking back through all my images to find the perfect ones.

4 Comments to “The 2019 Calendar”
  1. Ms. Tweetley on November 26, 2018 at 11:46 am

    I can’t find your calendar listed on Lulu.

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    • Susy on November 26, 2018 at 2:56 pm

      Sorry, I fixed the link.

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  2. David Bentz on November 27, 2018 at 10:16 am

    Susy, you always have the best garden calendars. It’s been a different year of gardening for me. Not much happened in the garden due to many things that required my time. I’m having to cut back to half next year but that’s a good thing. I’ll be building up the soil in half of the garden while growing vegetables in the other half. Each year the half growing and the half building the soil will switch. Life has too many demands on my time to devote a lot of time to gardening. Hopefully in another year the load will lighten and I’ll get back to more time in the garden.

    Sounds like your trip to the Holy Land was really awesome. Have a great day.

    Nebraska Dave

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    • Susy on November 27, 2018 at 11:06 am

      I’ve been thinking of doing half the garden this coming summer as well. With increased work load and work and Mr Chiots traveling and working so much I need to try to reduce the work load.

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