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Who comes with summer to this earth, And owes to June her hour of birth, With ring of pearl on her hand Can health, wealth, and long life command.

Father’s day

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Carroll’s birthday

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Mom & Dad’s Anniversary

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Juneteenth

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The glowing ruby shall adorn, Those who in July are born; Then they'll be exempt and free From love's doubts and anxiety.

ay d n Mother’s u S 26 19 5 Day ay d on Memorial Cathy’s Arni’s M 20 birthday birthday Day ay d es u ay T d 28 21 14 7 es n ed Adam’s Lindsay & Adam’s W ay 22 15 Anniversary d 8 birthday rs u h T 23 16 9 2 30 ay d ri F ay 24 17 10 3 d 31 ur t a Steve’s S 4 18 Birthday

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Who first , beholds the light of day In spring s sweet flowery month of May And wears an emerald all her life Shall be a loved and happy wife.

y y a a d d n un Su S 28 21 14 7 y a ay d d n on o Travis’ M M y y 29 22 15 birthday 8 a a d d s es e y u u y a T a T d d s 30 23 s 16 2 9 e n ne d d e e Z ach’s W y y a 31 d 3 24 birthday 10 s ur h Independence Elwin’s & Lew’s T 11 Day 25 birthdays ay d i ri F y Fr ay a d 26 19 5 12 rd r u u t at S Sa

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Wear a peridot for thee, No conjugal felicity; The August-born without this stone, `Tis said, must live unloved and lone.

ay d un S 28 21 14 7 ay d on Easter M Tax Day 29 Earth Day 8 Monday ay d s e u Our ay T d 30 Anniversary 16 9 2 es n ed W ay 3 d 24 17 10 rs u h T 4 25 18 11 ay d i r F ay 12 5 19 d 26 ur t Sa

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She who from April dates her years, Diamonds shall wear, lest bitter tears For vain repentance flow; this stone, Emblem of innocence, is known.

y y a a d d n un u S S 25 18 4 11 y ay a d d n on o M M y 26 19 12 5 y a a d d s es e u y u y a T a T d d s 27 20 13 6 s e ne n d d e e Holly’s W ay 28 21 birthday 7 d rs u h T 1 22 15 8 29 y a d i i r r F y F y 2 a 16 9 a 30 23 d rd r u u t a Bernice’s at S S 10 3 17 birthday 31

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A maiden born when September leaves , Are rustling in September s breeze, A sapphire on her brow should bind `Twill cure diseases of the mind.

Easter Palm Sunday

St. Patrick’s Day

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19 Joyce’s birthday

Maundy Thursday

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Good Friday

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Lindsay’s birthday

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Who in this world of ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise, In days of peril firm and brave, And wear a aquamarine to their grave.

y y a a d d n Grandparent’s un u S S Day 29 22 15 1 y y a a d d n on o Landis’ M Labor Day M y y 30 23 16 birthday a a d d s es e y u u y a T a T d d s s 24 17 10 3 e n ne d d e e W W y ay 25 18 d 11 4 rs u Th 26 19 12 5 ay d ri Brian’s Aaron’s F y F y a 27 birthday 13 birthday a d rd r u u t a at S S 14 7 29 21

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October's, child is born for woe, And life s vicissitudes must know, But lay an opal on her breast, And hope will lull those woes to rest.

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Shrove Tuesday Ash Wednesday St. Valentine’s Day

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The February-born shall find Sincerity and peace of mind, Freedom from passion and from care, If they an amethyst will wear.

y y a a d d n un u S S 27 20 13 6 y y a a d d n on o Columbus M M y 28 21 7 y Day a a d d s es e y u u y a T a T d d s 29 22 8 1 s 15 e n ne d d e e W y W y a a 30 23 2 d 9 d 16 rs u Reformation Th 24 10 3 Day 17 ay d i Fr y y a 11 a 25 18 4 d rd r u u t a at Dottie’s S S 5 26 19 birthday

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Who first comes to ,this world below In drear November s fog and snow, Should prize the topaz's amber hue, Emblem of friends and lovers true.

Note ay d Arnold’s un Epiphany S 27 20 birthday ay d on M 28 21 14 7 ay d es Martin u New Year’s ay T d 29 22 LutherKing day 8 Day es n ed Pat’s W ay 23 16 2 9 birthday d rs u h Jody’s T 17 10 31 24 birthday ay d ri F ay 4 25 18 11 d ur t Sa 12 5 26 19

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By her who in this month (January) is born No gem save garnets should be worn; They will ensure her constancy, True friendship, and fidelity.

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Veterans’ Day

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If cold December gave you birth, The month of snow and ice and mirth, Place on your hand a tansanite blue; Success will bless whate’er you do.

Gregorian Birthstone Poems By her who in this month (January) is born No gem save garnets should be worn; They will ensure her constancy, True friendship, and fidelity.

The glowing ruby shall adorn, Those who in July are born; Then they`ll be exempt and free From love`s doubts and anxiety.

The February-born shall find Sincerity and peace of mind, Freedom from passion and from care, If they an amethyst will wear.

Wear a peridot or for thee, No conjugal felicity; The August-born without this stone, T ` is said, must live unloved and lone.

Who in this world of ours their eyes In March first open shall be wise, In days of peril firm and brave, And wear a aquamarine to their grave.

A maiden born when September leaves Are rustling in September`s breeze, A sapphire on her brow should bind T ` will cure diseases of the mind.

She who from April dates her years, Diamonds shall wear, lest bitter tears For vain repentance flow; this stone, Emblem of innocence, is known.

October`s child is born for woe, And life`s vicissitudes must know, But lay an opal on her breast, And hope will lull those woes to rest.

Who first beholds the light of day In spring`s sweet flowery month of May And wears an emerald all her life Shall be a loved and happy wife.

Who first comes to this world below In drear November`s fog and snow, Should prize the citrine`s amber hue, Emblem of friends and lovers true.

Who comes with summer to this earth, And owes to June her hour of birth, With ring of pearl on her hand Can health, wealth, and long life command.

If cold December gave you birth, The month of snow and ice and mirth, Place on your hand a tansanite blue; Success will bless whate`er you do.


Welcome to 12 months of Flowers & Gems!

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ach page of this calendar represents the long-held tradition of designating a flower and a gem stone to each month of the year. Many versions exist_from traditional to hindi. On the pages within this calendar, you will find a mixture of those traditions based on the artist’s perception of beauty. Each month is a mosaic created for your viewing pleasure. The poems are adapted from the Gregorian Birthstone Poems and add a touch of romance to our lives. The special days marked on this calendar are a combination of national, christian, and family celebrations. A silver pen is included to mark your notes on each month. The arrangment of the days of the week being off to the right instead of at the top of the page was a design choice. Month Flower Gem January....................... Carnation.................. Garnet February........................... Violet............... Amethyst March.......................... Daffodil............Aquamarine April...................................Daisy............... Diamond May..................Lily of the Valley................. Emerald June.....................................Rose..................... Pearl July...........................Delphinium...................... Ruby August............................ Dalhia..................Peridot September............................Aster.................. Saphire October...................... Calendula...................... Opal November............Chrysanthemum.................. Citrine December..................... Narcissus.............. Tansanite

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etween the jewelers and the florists, birthday gifts are established for all time. Therefore, it is essential to include the traditional and modern gifts for anniverarys to give equal space to the rest of mercantilers. Anniversary Traditional

Modern

First..............................Paper..................... Clocks Second......................Cotton...................... China Third........................ Leather.......... Crystal/Glass Fourth............ Fruit/Flowers................ Appliances Fifth........................... Wood................ Silverware Sixth...................Candy/Iron......................Wood Seventh............ Wool/Copper.................. Desk Set Eighth...........Bronze/Pottery..............Linens/Lace Ninth........... Pottery/Willow....................Leather Tenth.............. Tin/Aluminum...... Diamond Jewelry Eleventh........................ Steel........ Fashion Jewelry Twelfth................. Silk/Linen...................... Pearls Thirteenth..................... Lace........... Textiles/Furs Fourteenth....................Ivory.............Gold Jewlry Fiftheenth..................Crystal.................. Watches Twentieth.....................China..................Platinum Twenty-Fifth................ Silver.......................Silver Thirtieth....................... Pearl................. Diamond Thirty-Fifth.................Coral......................... Jade Fortieth.........................Ruby........................ Ruby Forty-Fifth................Sapphire................... Sapphire Fiftieth........................ Gold....................... Gold Fifty-Fifth.................Emerald................... Emerald Sixtieth...................Diamond................. Diamond

y y a a d d n un Nick’s First Day of Su S 29 22 birthday 8 y Advent y a a d d n on o M M y y 30 23 16 9 2 a a d d s es e y u u New Year’s Christmas y a T a T d d s s 17 10 3 Eve Eve e n ne d d e e Christmas W y W y a d 18 4 Day 11 s ur h Katie’s T 26 12 5 birthday day i y F Fr ay a d 27 20 13 6 rd r u u t at Pearl S Sa

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Harbor Day


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