Thursday, November 17, 2011

2012 Calendars

The sky is not the limit

Many of you have asked if there will be a 2012 Katandy's Triple Threat calendar. Well, the news just surfaced and we are please to tell you that this year's calendar promises to be "out of this world!" After all, how could we possibly stop a tradition that began with my boxer predecessor Beulah Ruth?

October 2012 -- Happy Hula-Ween

Like last year, the wall calendars will be printed on premium glossy 8.5x11 paper and saddle-stitched. Cost will be $15 per calendar ($17 if being shipped to you via USPS). Any proceeds made above cost will be donated to the Morris Animal Foundation Canine Cancer Campaign and the American Cancer Society, in hopes of finding a cure for a terrible disease that has unfortunately has impacted our lives so much over the past year.

The calendars make wonderful presents for dog lovers who have everything and people who find it amusing to see pets dressed in silly costumes, so make sure to order enough for friends and family.

If you would like to order a calendar(s), please e-mail Mom at no later than November 28 so that we can get them to you in time for Christmas and provide the following information:

  • ____ Number of calendars
  • ____ Shipping Address(es)
  • ____ I will make arrangements to pick up my calendar.
If ordering a quantity of 5 or more, payment is requested at the time order is placed. Checks should be made out to me and mailed to: Pamela Knowlton, 1167 Centerville Road, Newville, PA 17241.

For those of you who have never had the privilege of seeing a Katandy's Triple Threat calendar, I have included a copy of last year's for your viewing pleasure.

2011 Calendar

You can also view a copy of photos from the Best of Beulah Ruth Calendar.


Anonymous said...

What does it feel like to be weightless? xxxooo Aunt Lisa

Newman said...

Dear Aunt Lisa - Thanks for your thoughtful question.

The most challenging part about being weightless is using the toilet facilities. Both male and female astronauts have their own personal urination device that resembles a small cup. We connect the device to a long plastic tube that sticks out of the wall, and as we urinate, an air current sucks the liquid along the tube and deposits it into a waste compartment. We have the option of securing ourselves with straps while using the device. With all these extra steps, it takes about ten minutes longer to use the washroom in space than on Earth.