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My cleaning lady turns 60 in sept and i want to get her a pressie

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nowwearefour Fri 22-Aug-08 10:13:15

any ideas? i assume it is ok to get her a pressie- she gets for my 2 dd birthday pressies so i wanted to for her in return. are vouchers just really thoughtless (her husband now an invalid so money a bit tight i think). any thoughts/ ideas appreciated!

lucysmam Fri 22-Aug-08 10:17:45

is there anything she has told you in the past she/they enjoy together? maybe gardening or reading or anything else really? try and get her something along those lines so it's something for her to enjoy.

I always struggle when I get vouchers to know what to get with them so they sit for ages in my purse hmm which seems a bit of a waste. Noot thoughtless though, if moneys tight she may well appreciate being able to go and get what they want/need

mother3 Fri 22-Aug-08 11:39:30

Maybe put some money in a birthday card .If money is tight she would know what to spend it on .it wont be impersonal as i struggle with christmas birthday pressie etc..Maybe a bunch of flowers as well.Chocolates ?.Food hamper.Try and chat and ask what she likes of course not dropping too many hints so what ever you decide it will be a lovely surprise.good luck

Peachy Fri 22-Aug-08 11:41:16

Vouchers are fine- I like garden centre ones as you can buy plants etc, but equally they usually sell other 'gifty' things, often nice foodie stuff etc.

mazzystar Fri 22-Aug-08 11:45:03

my wonderful cleaner was 60 earlier this year.

i think its a nice idea to try to get a little present if you can. she's into cross-stitch so I got her a little kit; and a couple of very pretty little tealight holders for her front room that she had redecorated. I also put an extra weeks wages in a card.

shesaneatfreak Fri 22-Aug-08 21:20:07

voucher/money and chocs

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