sittingstill (sittingstill) wrote,

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Last year I made myself a calendar at Snapfish using photos I'd taken. Like baseball, coincidentally, it wraps up at the end of October, so it was time to make a new one. Well, in the past 12 months Snapfish has made some really nifty improvements: more calendar styles to choose from, to start with, and the ability to add small photos and text to individual days! At no extra charge! I was not fully prepared to exploit make use of this feature when I was assembling my calendar, so I only did a few days, but I am going to start planning another one right now...

Oh--you can also edit photo insertions on the fly--when you drop in the photo you can edit it right on the calendar-assembly screen. Very convenient.

November--Craig Hansen
(because it's his birthday month!)

December--Mark Bellhorn
(thought I'd get him in early since I don't know where he'll be playing...)

January--Kyle Snyder
(because I don't know if he'll be back with the Sox during the season...)

February--Mark Loretta
(because I don't know if he'll be back with the Sox during the season...)

March--Wily Mo Pena
(because, well, I assume he'll be back, but you never know...)

April--Manny Delcarmen and Dustin Pedroia
(because Dustin's expression is probably the most joyful one I snapped all year)

May--Jonathan Papelbon
(because... I wanted him in the calendar. Hey, they weren't all profound choices!)

June--Cla Meredith
(because it's his birthday month, and we'll be going to SD to see the Sox play the Padres!)

July--Jason Varitek
(See "Papelbon" above.)

August--Coco Crisp
(because I love his hands...)

September--Jon Lester
(because by September, I hope he'll be back in a Red Sox uniform!)

October--David Ortiz
(because I really want to see a lot of Big Papi in October!)


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