Sunday, August 30, 2015

The Uncalendar

You never know what you'll stumble across on the web.

In 1978 I purchased one of these "Uncalendars" and have often wished they were still available to buy as gifts. 

I finally remembered to contact the Mental Health Association of Oregon and spotted the link on their sidebar. Woohoo! 

Sadly, it's not in color nor is it 12x12", BUT still happy to have found it.

07/31/18 And now I see they no longer have a link
for the pdf on their website. If I can find my saved pdf, I'll add it here.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4RCK2VX3Z_FSkllUzRtTTRrMWM


4 comments:

Unknown said...

Just wondering if you found the link....

KandN said...

Thanks for the reminder! https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4RCK2VX3Z_FSkllUzRtTTRrMWM
That ought to work. It's a shareable link to my saved copy.

Unknown said...

Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for sharing this PDF! We had this calendar during my childhood in the 80s (Mom says we still have it somewhere...but Mom has a LOT of stuff...). I've often remembered it and wished I had a copy I could share with others. Even though it's not 12x12 and not in color, it's still wonderful to have - amazing how many I recognize from all the times I read it. We kept ours posted on the freezer door of our refrigerator. And I'm pretty sure every year I had an informal resolution to do every suggested activity - not sure how far I ever got.

We also had a kid's version of the Uncalendar - if it ever turns up, I will make copies and share with you.

Thanks again! :)

KandN said...

You are welcome and I'm glad you tapped my shoulder.
Also . . . do I know you?