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Old 04-15-2005, 12:55 PM   #31
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One of the girls here at work just became a grandmother and I bought a memory/shadow box and a few baby things to glue on there - she has the picture of the baby in it on her desk - it's perfect! (except with a wedding theme for them!) It shouldn't be more than $30.00 - I already have the hot glue gun and the glue!
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Old 04-15-2005, 01:36 PM   #32
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A presentable gift, wrapped pretty with a card should be more than appropriate. Then take a deep breath and smile.


Sounds exactly like what I said at the very beginning.

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That being said, nothing forces you to be extravagant with the gift. So long as you bring/provide one, you will be fine.


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Well, when you think about it...don't we all look alike because of this? Meanwhile, the women look so dazzling and beautiful...and very distinct from each other...wow!
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This theory would work, except I AM a woman.
*But I don't mind being included with the men - just don't let it happen again.... heeeeeee
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Lori, that is a wonderful idea for a gift! That is the kind of thing they will treasure always, way more than a Wedgwood gravy boat.
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Hey Smalfry...nothing I quoted was directed at you. Just the suggestion reference which I what I had posted at the very beginning (used for comparison purposes only).

I would hate to think that you thought I wanted to see you lined up looking like a penguin like the rest of us guys...you were included in the women looking so beautiful part.
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Nice save! (veeeeeery smooth indeed!)
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That was indeed an honest statement...
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How did I miss this thread? Its a good idea you have there about the shadowbox. I cant really remember if I got my sister anything for her wedding. I think I picked up a picture frame from Target, oh yes and a waffle maker. (it was on there registry) Good luck to you!
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thanks meredith!

Daniel does NOT like the idea of a shadow box but everyone else overwhelmingly does!
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he would rather buy them something (cause he didn't spend the money on the airfare!!) - something not on their registry, lol.

daniel thinks the shadow box is tacky
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