Socks, work pants, and a golf voucher. A tad boring but it's what he wanted.
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18-12-2015 10:56 #41
18-12-2015 11:07 #42
two pair of shorts from lowes. he tried them on in the shop and I bought them. he has already worn them, so no surprise for Christmas. we are a bit humdrum about Christmas gifts between each other. I just go crazy with the grandkids. I pretty much buy what I want, when I want it, all through the year, so I need nothing. marie.
18-12-2015 11:23 #43
New Bluetooth headphones.
Not quite as exciting as precious years, but i exhausted all my ideas for his birthday this year.
18-12-2015 11:52 #44
I haven't actually brought him anything. He is getting a new car though so probably buy car seat covers.
Otherwise he knows that he can go go Bunnings for a few hours and buy something.
18-12-2015 11:59 #45
So far I've bought him a new Oakley Rashie, 2 Industrie shirts and Face moisturiser.
I'm also thinking of buying him a ticket to the Tennis so he can take/go with my Mum.
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