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6 week to Christmas help.

Right don’t panic Mr Manering but it’s only 6 weeks to Christmas.

So any ideas for stocking fillers for a lady.

Please dont suggest feet !

Ronin

Whatever you get Ronin, make sure you save the receipt

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hi Ronin,

When a friend of mine was just about to pop out a baby I bought her a lovely handbag for christmas but inside I had lots of little travel size smellies - shampoo, conditioner, bubble bath, hand cream etc - all individually wrapped. She said it was fun unwrapping it all.

I also keep all receipts at Christmas or get a gift receipt which I include in pressie.

Happy shopping

JBK xx

Just had a serious thought Ronin what about jewellery? doesn’t have to be overly expensive…keep away from rings due to sizing. Plus, you can order things from good websites and also read reviews. Marks and spencer sell some lovely dress jewellery

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Whatever you get Ronin, make sure you save the receipt That suggests whatever I get will probably be wrong, that what I want to avoid.

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When I buy gifts for my daughter, I ask for gift receipts. I usually buy pyjamas…lovely ones of course but sometimes she needs to change them. Plus, I don’t mind if she wants to change for something else, I don’t want to waste my money.

I give my husband a list of things I would like. Sorry but we don’t have a lot of money that we can waste it on unwanted presents Ronin

I’ve suggested jewellery-does she wear it? favourite perfume! music! book!

Hello Ronin

No, I’ve not started my Christmas shopping-still in the thinking process and thinking is hard work for me

To be honest Ronin, Christmas for me is about the religious/spiritual side and about children. My two are grown up now, so we don’t spend much on gifts. They get enough out of me through the year although my 32 year old son prefers the cash

xx

hiya

a chocolate orange?!

i always get one…

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Stocking fillers…Scarf, Perfume, Nightware, Manicure Set, Toiletries, Chocolate Santa, Any Chocolate!, Gift Voucher for a beauty salon. Theatre tickets, Photo Frame with fav pic e.g grandchild or pet, CD, DVD…

Jan x

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Hello Ronin

No, I’ve not started my Christmas shopping-still in the thinking process and thinking is hard work for me

To be honest Ronin, Christmas for me is about the religious/spiritual side and about children. My two are grown up now, so we don’t spend much on gifts. They get enough out of me through the year although my 32 year old son prefers the cash

xx

Pat has done the majority of

it but a bit short on ideas for Pat although I’m getting there. I’m not a religious person for me it’s about the family

Ronin

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Hi Ronin

I think it get’s harder to buy for partner has we get older.

My husband is 65 now. For his 60th birthday I bought him a flight in a Microlite, he even got to take over the controls. I filmed him going through all the health and safety checks and how to use the controls etc. We watch the video sometimes and have such a laugh

www.intotheblue.co.uk they offer all sorts of different ideas…not just flying