When my human finishes my calendars every year, she orders one as a proof to make sure everything looks okay. The past couple of years, everything has, without anything needing to be redone. When she got my 2021 calendar, she was pretty happy with it. In fact, she thought it looked the best ever, and my newsletter subscribers even got an announcement about it on Friday. Except, there was a big mistake! Can you see what it is?
If you noticed the year, yep, that’s it! And she didn’t even notice it until she brought it out for this photo shoot. But don’t worry, as soon as we finished in the studio, she ran back to Photoshop, fixed it, and re-uploaded the calendar with the right year. (Yes, when you make a mistake, all the pages have to be uploaded again to Zazzle, which is really pretty dumb.)
Here’s how the cover looks now, and you can get it here.
Fortunately, the calendar month dates are a Zazzle template, so she didn’t have to fix that. It was already correct. As you can see, some months have me in a holiday setting.
Other months just have a fun photo of me. I had lots of great photo shoots in the past year, so there was a bunch to choose from!
And Dr. Bones made it in! I’m sure lots of you will be happy to know that. And the outtake version of the calendar will be done in a couple of days… with the correct year, for sure!
What’s going to happen to the proof? My human is keeping it, of course, and will hang it in the kitchen, like she does with every proof every year. At least she won’t have to look at the cover!