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Calendar Conundrum

This year I received eight calendars in the mail. Eight for 2018. I’m keeping two, including one from my delightful pen pal. You do the math–that leaves six. I have a calendar conundrum, and my New Year’s Resolution is to figure out what to do with my many calendars.  Anyone feeling calendar-deprived? I am willing to share my calendar wealth. Or if you have other bright ideas, please drop me a line or a date to insert into my calendar. Happy New Year!


I am a rather obscure 14th C. poet, whose work has been translated into over thirty dialects of gibberish. I now spend my days translating from the gibberish into English and back again, as need be.

6 thoughts on “Calendar Conundrum

  1. If a person doesn’t have a calendar, will 2018 still come? Will the months suddenly become random? March, then October, January, June, etc? Or maybe even alphabetically: April, August, and so on? These are the kind of things that keep me up at night. Wishing you eight calendars’ worth of happiness, and may 2018 be a stellar year for EtM! ~nan

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  2. The philosophical musing of the writer about the reality 2018’s occurrence, or the willy-nilly disorder of months is a flash of inspiration. How about using the 6 calendars left every other month throughout the 12 months? Or skip a month or so as a new kind of leap month?

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