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Sunday, 06 January 2019


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Nice selection of calendars!


Having round fruits on display for New Years is a Tradition for us (normal for Filipinos but maybe unusual for others). Round fruits symbolize prosperity and abundance. Enjoy the Outhouses calendar (only $1.49 at Grocery Outlet), ha ha. Our bakery crawl was fun. My favorite rosca sample was from Mexico Lindo Bakery with its decadent filling


nice varieties of calendars!


Kind of old fashioned, to have advertising calendars, Soo. My dad always had a few in his workroom and in the garage. I'm sort of keeping the same thing going.
Oh, I read something about round foods somewhere the other day, but didn't relate it to fruit (yep, my mind went to round bread loaves and sliced salami). That's a good tradition. That Mexico Linod raisin filling was *wonderful*.
it is a good variety this year, Kat. I'm looking for a 2013, 2002, 1991 or 1985 Orchard Supply calendar in my 'storage' to hang in a special place (those are each a 365 day year that begins on a Tuesday).


How funny about the calendars. They are so important. I spent over 30 mins searching for a calendar at barnes and noble and im still not satisfied with it!


100% agree, Jenn; calendars are so important. I also carry an Engagement Calendar from the Farmers Almanac for making detailed notes. Electronic notes can disappear in a moment and a calendar is forever. (Welcome to the commenting side of the blog)


Crucial business!!!

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