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Wondering whether any one had some ideas for a joint pressie for a couple in their fifties (MIL cousin).
My partner and I are visting with His parents and sister and they are laying on a special early christmas dinner.
Money isn`t that brilliant this year but they have gone to lots of trouble.
Saying that I`m not looking forward to it much as His sister hasn`t got a partner and makes me feels guilty for having one. She is generally miserable the best of times.
Cinema or theatre vouchers
Coffee table book on something/somewhere they are interested in
National Trust membership
Garden centre vouchers (if they are into this)
Subscription to a magazine they are interested in (National Geographic?)
Get something for the house that she will like. Men never really notice gifts anyway.
Ohh theatre vouchers might be good as they live in Warwickshire and are near the RSC.
I thinking I must have lost my thinking cap after tracking down pressies for the rest of His family. I might actually start my family my this week.
ty brooke x
A nice photo album
tree or shrub to plant in the garden
selection of cheese and wine
hithe body shop do some gorgeous home fragrance gifts i can supply at 20% off for you ?let me know if interestedx
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