Jeneric Jeneralities ~ by JenIG
December 28th, 2005
A Happy New Year Contest

Everybody needs a calendar, right?  Every single year I make sure that I have a new Learning Calendar
They are *so* extra ordinarily stupendously excellent.  Every
single day has a history fact telling what happened on that day in
history.  SO fun!  We love the Learning Calendar, as a matter
of fact, they are the ones who power our A Day In History (free) enewsletter. 

Want a Learning Calendar of your very ery ery own?  Ok, tell me
your birthday and you're entered to win — three human bloggers will
get one.

Also, are you a subscriber to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine
We're just about ready to come out with our Winter issue.  It may
be our best issue ever.  If you are not a subscriber let me
know.  Two bloggers (human or otherwise) will win a free one year
subscription starting with the Winter issue — compliments of the Curly Headed Monster

Enter both contests iffen you please. 

Love Jenefer Igarashi, Who Can't Hardly Button Her Jeans Anymore

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  1. mcrgintx said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 1:04 pm

    ooooo I want one tooooo!

    I’m going to buy one if i don’t win one

    oops shouldn’t have said that

    bday 11/30/70

  2. jayfromcleveland said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 1:40 pm

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    All you people born in the Nixon administration and later are babies! I can’t believe you’re all adults already, let alone parents! What decade is this anyway? It seems like it must be the late, late, late 70s!

  3. Anonymous said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 1:50 pm

    Since I already have a subscription to TOS….

    thanks to a super-great gal, I guess I am only shooting for the calendar.

    My birthday is May 15th, 1982

    Yep. I’m a young’un!


  4. lazearbeam said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 3:07 pm

    Hope I'm not too late to try for one of those there calendars!

    I was born at 13 minutes before 5pm on Friday the 13th in May of 1955. I wish that such unique facts would do it, but since it is a drawing, know that it just will be an interesting tidbit for the readers. I always have thought it was pretty neat. My dad left for work that morning and told my mom the baby would be born that day. She told him that the baby wasn’t due for a week yet. My question is, why did he go to work? Obviously he was right and also since I was born just before his workday would have ended, he had to leave work to be there. Oh well, I guess I should ask him sometime.

    Love and shalom,


  5. Vicky Laws said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 3:26 pm

    I,m back from Utah

    My Birthday is December 10 1958.

  6. carleyross said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 4:36 pm

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    My birthday is Sept 6, 1975

    I am ashamed and embarrassed to admit that I do not have a TOS subscription—times are tight here and it’s just not in the budget. Enter me in that one, too.

  7. esperanzavallero said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 6:03 pm


    Thanks so much for being the kind, and hospitable family that you are. We are so happy to be with your family for this little visit.


  8. Anonymous said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 6:24 pm

    Logging IN

    Why, oh why… do I have to be anonymous… I keep trying to login, but no sucess!

  9. Adrienne said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 6:40 pm

    Cool !

    That is a very cool calendar, one I have never seen before! I will be getting me one of those! 🙂

    I would like a TOS magazine! 🙂

  10. hakujin said,

    on December 29th, 2005 at 7:21 pm

    My birthday is November 24 which was Thanksgiving which also

    means I get gyped out of going out to a nice birthday meal with my husband. I always get pumpkin pie on my birthday (no cake for as long as I can remember) even when it doesn’t fall on Thanksgiving. The least you can do is give me a calendar for having such a cruddy day for a birthday. : )

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