Sunday, May 31, 2015

May complete and June ready to go in my never ending calendar

May's calendar is a perfect example of why I don't decorate my page until the end of the month.  This month was all about the rain, storms, hail, and floods.

I wish I'd used stamps, because my handwriting makes this page look even worse than one normally does.  In case you can't read my writing, I have included:
Rain, rain go away
It's raining cats and dogs
April showers bring May floods
Lots of umbrellas signify how much rain we got during May.  Our river banks are overflowing, and our streets are flooded.  But I'm lucky, because I have very little water that entered the house.  Considering all the rain we've had, that is saying a lot.

Another unadorned calendar page, June is ready to be written in.

I've finished my calendar early so I can get ready for Monday, where I begin my Summer of Acronyms: ICADs and SOC.

Thanks as always for your continued support, since this is the only place you will see my calendar pages now that Kate has stopped including links on her blog.  I realize my calendar pages don't measure up to others who make them, but this is so much easier than the pages I have made in the past.  And of course, you can always enlarge the page I've written on to see the minutia.

8 thoughtful remarks:

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Such a good project E.!
I am much to lazy to keep a well organized calender..
lovely to see the little cups for TSFT!
I just note some important dates in mine.. and that was it.
Happy Sunday !

Miz Sharon said...

Very cute calendar!

Jo Murray said...

Sorry to hear that you are in that area of wild weather we have even seen on TV in Australia. Sounds awful!
Hope it soon dries up and you can get out and about again.

pearshapedcrafting said...

I hope June is a better month for you! The colour is gorgeous! Your calendar's certainly do measure up - I love your umbrellas and your rain sayings - and your Tuesday T cups - no-one else has those!!! Hugs, Chrisx

TwinkleToes2day said...

We've had a lot of rain recently here too, but nothing like you and other parts of the US. I hope everyone manages to stay safe and any damage is minimal.
I like to see what you put on your calendar (I'm nosy like that) and I enjoy seeing the crisp, clean one ready for the new month ahead.
I'm looking forward to checking in and seeing what you create for the ICAD and SOC days and weeks ahead.
Many thanks for your comment on my post. I'm missing the butterflies, I keep thinking, 'I'll just check on them'. Easy to do after rearing two lots in six weeks I guess, haha.
Well, I hope to pop over tomorrow. In the meantime, Good Afternoon/Evening/Night Mo :o))

Kelly Deal said...

You are one busy lady Elizabeth! Sorry to hear about all of that rain, it's always a blessing when it doesn't enter the house. Hopefully June will give you more time to relax! Speaking of ICAD, I have to work on my first one tonight when I get home from work!

~*~Patty S said...

Here's hoping June will be calmer and more balanced for you.
My calendar serves as appointment and birthday reminders along with a few other notes.
I applaud you for keeping such a detailed one E.

johanna said...

haha, April showers bring may floods... we also had a very cold may. well, very green too, but definitely too cold!