Every year for as long as I can remember, my parents have given my sister and me a calendar as a Hanukkah gift. A real calendar, you know, the type you hang on the wall and actually use a pen to mark things down.
Over the years as we’ve become more digital and calendars now exist in Outlook, Google or any other online application, there really isn’t much need for the hard-copy calendar. Yet, I love getting it each year for a few reasons.
My folks really take their time to find just the right calendar for each of us. Over the years, I’ve gotten calendars with my favorite musicians (yes, Donny), puppies, funny sayings and even one with family pictures.
It’s nice to glance through the year and see what day of the week my birthday falls on each year (October 13 is a Saturday this year).
It offers me a fresh slate. Nothing is on the new calendar, which means I can dream about all the possibilities the year has to offer.
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