The 2014 CITR Calendar

Dec
5


The 2014 calendar is ready! The theme this year is “Cows Know Everything” and it’s true! This year’s calendar is all about dreams, imagination, and adventure–everything that makes life worth living. And if anyone knows how to live, it’s a cow.


Here’s what it looks like inside. It’s the year of the cow!

January:

February:

March:

April:

May:

June:

July:

August:

September:

October:

November:

December:

Go ahead, celebrate cows, dreams, imagination, and adventure in 2014. You know you want to! (And calendars make great gifts.)

Get it here: The 2014 Chickens in the Road Calendar. The price is $12.99, and shipping is FREE right now if you use the code FREESHIP when you check out. If you order by December 10, you’re guaranteed delivery by Christmas Eve.

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You can order Chickens in the Road: An Adventure in Ordinary Splendor now!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 5, 2013  

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  1. 12-5
    9:42
    pm

    Suzanne,
    Just finished your book and even though I’ve been reading your blog since your first year at String Town Rising, I was still inspired by your life and way with words. I love this year’s calendar and just tried to order 2 for Christmas using the FREESHIP in the Promo code spot, but postage kept showing up on the order and I hated to submit order because I was using Paypal. What did I do Wrong? Debbie

  2. 12-6
    9:13
    am

    Debbie, I don’t know. The calendar is processed through Lulu, so I don’t have any power of that.

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