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The 2011 Calendar is Here

Sep
22


The 2011 Chickens in the Road calendar is available now! This year it’s the “Farm Babies” edition! All the babies I can pack into 12 months. Goat babies, sheep babies, dog babies, cat babies, donkey babies, chicken babies, duck babies, and even a giant cow baby.


I couldn’t get every single animal on the farm in any one calendar, but I tried to get my–and your–favorites in there. I do have some cases where I’ve lost the original large files necessary for print quality, so there were some pictures I would have liked to have included but couldn’t. On the other hand, I could have hardly squeezed in more. What a lot of cute babies! I love living on a farm, and I hope you’ll enjoy taking a little bit of the farm home with you in this calendar.

You can preview all the pages in the calendar at Lulu to see all the photos that are included. Click here: The 2011 Chickens in the Road Calendar. The calendar is listed for $14.99. (Please do not send money to me. I don’t have the calendar. The calendar must be ordered from Lulu via the link above.)

Last year’s calendar was all Clover, all the time. A year of Clover. I made her share the stage this year.

Clover: “I won’t forget this, Woman.”

I know she won’t!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 22, 2010  

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  1. 9-22
    7:55
    am

    Great! Farm TV for my office wall!

  2. 9-22
    8:33
    am

    Oh I can’t wait! To see the babies looking at me next to my computer every day!

  3. 9-22
    10:36
    am

    Ordered one!! :shimmy: :happyflower:

  4. 9-22
    11:26
    pm

    Excellent! It might just be my only ‘purchased’ Christmas gift this year!

  5. 9-23
    2:32
    pm

    I want a dog like Coco.

  6. 9-23
    6:40
    pm

    I will definitely order one. I have Clover’s Calendar, and use it all the time. Excellent quality, I don[t know how they do it for that small amount of money. :happyfeet:

  7. 9-24
    5:47
    pm

    I just placed my order – can’t wait!

    p.s. Lulu coupon code “Fallphoto” gave me a $3 discount.

  8. 9-24
    6:34
    pm

    Thanks for telling me that!

  9. 9-30
    6:58
    pm

    I ordered mine…thank you for the discount code….SO EXCITED to have your Farm babies posted on my wall in the house.

  10. 10-28
    7:59
    am

    I receicved my calendar and am so pleased with it! The quality of the paper and the oruinting are awesome and I cannot wait to hang it in my office.
    I already tell patients on a daily basis about “The Great Blog” I read at least twice daily.
    I love CITR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. 10-28
    8:00
    am

    ahem…. sorry for all the spelling errors ^ It’s early!

  12. 10-28
    8:13
    am

    Thank you, Ellen!

  13. 12-12
    4:24
    pm

    is the login for the calenders the same as the login for here?? I have been trying to buy 3 for a week and I get no where, no matter what I put in…Can someone help plese…they are still in the cart..Thank you!

  14. 12-12
    4:41
    pm

    Barbara, you have to order the calendar from Lulu, so it would be your login there. You may need to register there to make a purchase, I’m not sure.

  15. 12-12
    5:02
    pm

    yes and I have put in everything I can think of…so it is differnt from my login here…ok I will just re-register if that doesn’t work I will be back..thanks..

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