Our 25th aniversary is coming up and I am just stumped. Running down
to the jewelry store and plopping down some cash for a ring or
something seems a might impersonal to me. So, I would like to build
something for my bride but I can't seem to come up with a way to
work-in either any silver or "25" or both.
Anyone care to share what they may have done?
pointers to URLs, plans, books, etc. welcome
Well I am an incurable romantic
If you haven't in the past then now is the time, make her an exquisite
Jewelry box out of some rare exotic wood
Even put a music box in it, preferably playing a song that is "your song"
Every couple has one,
Now for the presentation, This is very important
Leave it in say your bedroom on her dresser with a special card, a single
rose, one lit candle
and of course a simple piece of silver jewelry inside that will undoubtedly
flip her cork.
It does not have to be wrapped, a little bow would be a nice touch
Of course the lights will be down low in said room and you will not be
I'm sure this will take a little planning to orchestrate but its not to
However you definately want to be close by to collect the residual effects.
Now the rest of the evening you will have to handle yourself.
Good Luck George
The jewelry box will be nice, but don't give it to her empty. This is a
special event mark it the right way. Spend some big money and make her
Married 42 happy years and looking forward to many more,
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On 6 Oct 2003 12:01:33 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill W.) wrote:
While happily married myself for 21 years, I have a friend who
recently reached the 25 year mark. At he anniversary party he broke
down crying, and admitted that his wedding had been of the "shotgun"
variety. He was told by his girl's father that he could either marry
her, or go to jail for 30 years. When we asked why he was crying, he
said, "In another five years, I would have been out!"
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