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    Ok, so I am after some advice if anyone has any ideas....

    It's my wedding anniversary coming up soon and I will be overseas by myself on that day. I want to organise something for my husband. Whether its a gift that I can organise to be given to him or something else. I'm not feeling very creative so if anyone has any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated

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    hi jarylee, since you are not going to be together on the date, perhaps a card with a date in the future for a nice dinner somewhere. you could arrange flowers to be delivered but that would be more for the husband to give to the wife. maybe a hamper to be delivered. but i like the idea of a future plan for a nice night out. marie.

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    How soon before I our anniversary are you heading overseas? I've always wanted to be given a series of clues to find my present but you'd have to set it up before you left! No one's ever done it for me and it makes me sad. 😝


 

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