Actually, the first new calendar I put up for the year happened on December 21, the Solstice. Chris Hardman’s ECO-logical Calendar operates on the natural seasons, rather than on arbitrary dates, and follows the ebbs and flows of nature. Feels so comfortable.
Today I will put up, as always on January 1, the Black History Calendar: the Art of James Denmark, full of color and joy. Then, in my office, this year’s Tibet calendar: Sacred Lakes and Mountains (honoring my love for and dreams of Tibet as a free nation). And last, the Old Farmer’s Almanac 2015 Gardening calendar, which goes in the kitchen, and which I use for keeping track of recycling pick up days, plant watering, grocery dollars, house cleaning and lots of other stuff. It is also bright and beautiful.
I am ready for this new and exciting venture, and all the wonderful and positive changes 2015 will bring me.