Charlie’s Greatest Hits: The 2023 Calendar

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Hello out there! It’s been a while! Life has been too big to write about and live at the same time. The quickie update is: I’m great, Daisy’s great, Chloe’s great, Mike’s great, the rest of the Farmily is great, and I’ll share more sometime soon!

For now, I’m thrilled to present Charlie’s 2023 calendar. I will be continuing this tradition with so much love and joy for as long as you desire. A twist this year: this calendar is pre-order only! I’ll print a few extras but not many.

CLICK HERE to order yours and see larger pictures. On 11/11, calendars will go to print, and they will ship around December 1.

Big hugs from here. Tell me what you’ve been up to for the past two years!

two years ago: All-Seeing Eye
three years ago: Colors Of The Spirit
four years ago: Bat Boy
five years ago: Autumnal
six years ago: Charlie’s Cave
seven years ago: Sunset Colorscape
eight years ago: Mesmereyes
nine years ago: In The Spotlight
ten years ago: Big Blue
eleven years ago: Underdog
twelve years ago: Quixote Coyote And A Round Hound

5 Responses to “Charlie’s Greatest Hits: The 2023 Calendar”

  1. Jill Says:

    Hi Shreve!!!!! I’m so thrilled that you are doing a 2023 calendar!!!!! And really happy to hear everyone is well and happy. I continue to visit The Daily Coyote site many times per day and LOVE seeing all the terrific photos of precious Charlie-he was amazing, and again your life together went beyond what anyone could imagine-thank you as always for sharing him with us. All is good here with me and all my furbabies. Take care. Jill

  2. Ted Says:

    Fist comment, been following since the first book came out. Love the relationship you and Charlie have tightly maintained over the years. During 2018-2019 I had four surgeries 3 were life threatening (77 y0). Somehow that caused me to loose touch with all my surroundings for a couple of years. I was was devested to read that Charlie had past on during that period. Such an incredible loss for you and all of us. He was/is such a beautiful being. I now have a 7 year old pup, Maggie Mae, whos is the love of my life. I try to be with her a lot, but after reading some of your responses to the loss of Charlie I realize how much she really means to me and thanks to you I spend twice as much time with her now and more photos also of her. You and Charlie have inspired me and you have helped many to find their “truth”, its never to late to learn.
    Peace to you Shreve. Ted, Coast of Maine. Can’t wait for my Charlie calendar!

  3. Debbie Says:

    So glad to hear from you, Shreve. I’ve been following since the beginning. I lost my Gem just a few months before your Charlie passed. Good to hear that the rest of the Farmily is doing well. Penny came into my life a few months after Gem passed; she’s a chocolate labradoodle and almost two now. It ‘s been a real challenge having a puppy again, but her presence is very healing. My best to you and all your loves.

  4. Suz Says:

    Glad to hear you’re doing well. I’ve missed your photos and musings. And your overall energy. Suzette

  5. Andy Says:

    I’m so glad that you’re all doing great, and it’s wonderful to hear from you! I still visit this site during work every day to cheer me up a bit, and I still feel Charlie’s passing despite never having met him.

    Honestly, this has been a year of real ups and downs for me, ranging from an unexpected and significant salary boost at work and the return of some level of social normalcy to my contracting Bell’s Palsy back in mid-May and some long-term social connections likely being strained beyond repair. I’m kind of just ready for things to settle down overall.

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