Well, 2021 hightailed it outta here at the last possible moment of the last possible day of the last possible month of the year, and it’s now up to 2022 to dazzle us with normalcy (we hope).
I’m reusing a photo from December 2016, our first New Year’s Eve in Hawaiʻi . . . a time that now seems centuries ago. It’s been three years since we left the islands, and I can’t say they’ve been great years.
And I’m not just referring to the pandemic and the apparent
stupidity insanity running rampant in the land. Still, we’re healthy (for now) and there are some things we can be grateful for. For now, that will have to do.
As we head into a somewhat uncertain 2022, I wish all my readers, be they family, friends, or just passing through, good health, peace of mind, and the fortitude to navigate these sometimes difficult times.
And, I offer you some 2022 calendars. These past few years flew by so fast that I could swear we skipped a few days (if not a few months).
Well, with these calendars, you can now keep track of each day and make sure we don’t miss any.
If I feel intrepid, I’ll keep adding different versions, especially for the monthly calendars. But, meanwhile, the links below will take you to the calendars files which you can download and print.
Anyone wanting to make their own calendars can download the free actions from PanosFx<<link.
The yearly calendars are a trifold design (prism), much like my previous offerings (see examples HERE). So far, there are three:
As a reminder, these files are small. If you are interested in printing any or all, the printable files are HERE.
The printable files for the monthly calendars are HERE, and they look like this:
You should be able to download the files and, if you have a color printer — and you so desire, you should be able to print them on a 8.5×11 letter. I could have made an A4 version, but unless requested, these will all be Letter-sized.
Let me know if the links don’t work, and again, may 2022 be a better year for all of us (may as in ‘I hope it will be so‘, and not may as in May. Although, I also hope May to be better . . . this is getting confusing … bye).
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