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and classy manner will keep you
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> On Aug 6, 2017, at 8:04 AM, ann sanfedele <> wrote:
> I'm semi-de lurking for the latest news for those of you who care :-)
> a couple of weeks ago the plumbing in my bathroom died to the extent that the 
> bathtub would not drain... this took a couple of days of being invaded by the 
> buildings plumbers and it finally got fixed . Happily, I wsa able to bathe at 
> a neighbor's but it was quite an adventure.
> Then I thought I had more money than I do -- discovering I had made a $100 
> mistake in my checking account
> after having, in a way, spent some of it...
> Next I took a tumble on the subway stairs (fortunately, the second step from 
> the bottom inside the station) and while I didn't break anything and there 
> was a plethoria of millenials surrounding me to help, (new entry for 
> Exaultaion of larks?) I got bruised and hurt my leg to the extent that I'm 
> using a cane and an ace bandage today ... nothing broke.
> This was all after I took Ashley to the vet - and the good news there is she 
> is in fine shape for an 12 year old but it
> was costly to find that out.
> Then.... then ... well, read below - I posted this to Facebook but most of 
> you are not there  .
> "Still in shock from learning yesterday that cafe press (which has about
> twenty of my wall calendars for sale) is removing wall calendars from
> the list of products they offer. bad enough they have taken "wall
> calendar" off the list of products designers for them can select to work
> on, but they are gradually removing the CURRENT wall calendars from our
> shops and the market place. Adding insult to injury, there was no
> warning of this in the form of an alert or announcement - I stumbled on
> it when I was going to tweak the wording on the landing page of my shop
> The nice thing about having my calendars on cafepress for the past ten
> years is that the template is renewed for each new year so someone who
> might want to buy an older calendar can do it. The calendar grid is well
> designed, straightforward and very user friendly for those who really do
> use them (as I do) for keeping track of to do's and did do's in a medium
> which is permanent and not subject to viruses, crashes, accidental
> deletions. Anyone I told about this so far has simply gasped and in
> audio caps said "WHY????" . So, for one thing, if anyone want's to grab
> any of these before they are dead it would be appreciated, but it might
> be even more helpful, in terms of getting them to drop this bad idea, if
> you simply bitched to them about it, or tried to order one of the wall
> calendars that have already been suddenly made unavailable.
> If you clicked on the /Twelve National Parks, Bouquet or New York
> Details/, those are already gone as wall calendars. If any of you (I
> know some of you are on cafe press too) have wall calendars up do give
> them your input. Please share with anyone you know who has any calendars
> by anyone that were produced by cafe press , or would want wall
> calendars in the future from anyone and might help to encourage them to
> reinstate the wall calendar format . Thanks guys, for reading, this
> really shook me up. "
> ----
> bay photo makes calendars but they cost too much, Lulu is reasonable but they 
> are not for
> people who actually write on them  - as you know if you got the PDML 
> calendars that look pretty
> but have no real boxes for each day... anyone got any ideas?  My self 
> production was a disaster,
> too much work, printer problems, virtually little profit.
> sigh,
> ann
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