Showers and flowers

April and May respectively. I can’t wait!


For the ‘big screen’ version of the calendar go here.

For the ‘tiny’ screen see below.

March 2019 – Longer Days

The change in the angle of the rising sun is much more obvious to me in our new home as the window in my new creative space faces east. Earlier and earlier the sun (when not hidden by cloud) breaks through the backyard trees and directly into my eyeballs as I sit at my desk. Having just moved, renovations are still under way and the window covering for my workspace is not yet in place. The movement of the sun peeking in over my computer chases me into posture changes as I type. I don’t mean this as a complaint; I welcome the warmth and promise of summer.

The snow won’t be gone by the time I post next month’s calendar but I promise I will capture something without snow in it.

Alternate screen resolutions can be found at the Free Calendar drop down menu. Here’s the grab for your phone screen:

Happy February

Hitting fresh snow on a fresh day is exhilarating.

It’s especially enjoyable when you can share the experience with some one special.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Alternate resolutions can be found here.

If you like the month on your phone lock screen:

(Sorry for the late post.)

2019 is here!

Happy New Year!

Flipping of the page from Dec 31 to Jan 1 this time has special significance for us. The last day of 2018 was officially our last day of work and the first day of 2019 is our first day of retirement! For three plus decades, Brad & I worked side by side in our business. He eloquently shared on the company blog highlights from the past and hopes for the future.

The future is bright as is the sky in the image chosen to start this ‘new chapter,’ the New Year. May you face the year ahead with optimism and gratitude. Oh, and by the way, the dark spot just to the right of the calendar is actually an eagle! Soar, my friends.

To save the calendar image for your device screen resolution including mobile phone go here. Anyone looking for a tablet size?

Evergreen – Dec 2018

Pine, spruce and cedar are predominant in our area. Through the winter their green needles remind us that summer will return again.

The little coniferous among the birch and poplar at the creek made me think of Christmas.

Have a safe and happy Holiday season.

Alternate screen resolutions are available here. And for your phone…

 

November 2018

I couldn’t resist using some more coloured leaves for the desktop calendar. I love how the red and green remind us that Christmas isn’t very far off. Have you started holiday shopping?

If you’d like to have the calendar for your cell phone, you can save this one:
Last month, I posted some instructions for putting the image on your lock screen in case you need it.

For different desktop ratios, go here.

Painted leaves

We have been enjoying some of the most colourful scenery this fall. The maples, the definite minority tree here, are bursting with more shades of green, yellow, orange and red than ever. These in particular caught my eye.

Alternate desktop resolutions are available in the Free Calendar drop down menu.

Just because I love this so much, I made a version for my smart phone lock screen.

10-2018

On an iPhone, to make this your lock screen image, save the image to your photos. Go to Settings, Wallpaper, then Choose a New Wallpaper. The image should be the most recent in All Photos. Select it, then Set. You can choose to have it as your lock screen or be the background behind all the app icons (home screen) or both. Sorry android users, you’ll have to figure yours out on your own.

Happy Fall, y’all!