Ruby Wedding

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Anonymous User
Monday 15 August 2005 10.20am
I am struggling to think of a suitable Ruby Wedding Anniversary present for my folks.

Any ideas?

BTW My mum doesn't like cider!
Monday 15 August 2005 11.16am
a Spa break?
Monday 15 August 2005 11.19am
Ruby coloured roses to plant in their garden?
Monday 15 August 2005 2.20pm
More time with their darling daughter?

(After which you may all need some cider!)

...if you press it, they will come.
Anonymous User
Monday 15 August 2005 2.46pm
I went out with my Dad for cider just last week - we couldn't convince Ma Bird to join us - she stuck to her gin!

I resolved to remember the name of the cider so that I could discuss it with you but I had too much and totally forgot what it was called. Very nice though.
Monday 15 August 2005 3.35pm
How about an apple tree that birdies can sit in ... that grows beautiful ruby red apples ... that can then be pressed into cider for father and daughter whilst shading mother from the sun ... the whole birdie family would be happy!!!
Monday 15 August 2005 4.06pm
What about a copper beech tree, or some lovely ruby glass from bermondsey antiques market? We gave my parents crystal champagne flutes because that's what my mum wanted...
Monday 15 August 2005 4.21pm
What about getting a photo book made?

http://www.bonusprint.co.uk/pages/photo_books_large.htm?OnpageA=4
http://www.pixbook.co.uk/lang/en/werking.htm
http://www.totalpix.co.uk/photobooks.htm

You must have some nice pics of yourself you could include. If not, The Baby Miss Jo Jo is available for hire (though you might want to wait until she's less spotty!)
Monday 15 August 2005 4.25pm
Is there something they particularly like doing?

...if you press it, they will come.
Anonymous User
Tuesday 16 August 2005 7.59am
Cricket is their favourite hobby. I thought about sending them somewhere to watch a high profile match but my dad isn't particularly well and last time I booked them tickets for something my mum ended up going with a mate while the old man was in hospital so I shy away from tickets now!

Also, my mum is very superstitious about red. She thinks it is really bad luck so that rules out anything ruby coloured (apart from actual rubies which can be quite pink and therefore acceptable!)

Perhaps I'll just take them for a curry.
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