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Posted - 04/19/2006 :  1:59:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit Farrah's Homepage Send Farrah a Private Message
I REALLY want Jordana Paige's knitting satchel in blue. I know that most men need BIG hints, so I emailed DH a link to the bag, and wrote, I would really love this for Christmas" I also leave the business card for my LYS around his desk. This is my first year as a knitter, so we'll see how he does as far as gifts on special occasions. I certainly have left enough hints.


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Posted - 04/19/2006 :  2:15:51 PM  Show Profile  Send gwtreece a Yahoo! Message Send gwtreece a Private Message
My dh gave up years ago trying to buy me something. Anymore he just hands me some cash and I pick out what I want. It would be nice to get a gift on occasion from here but I don't complain since he really doesn't pay attention to what I want.

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Posted - 04/19/2006 :  5:44:46 PM  Show Profile  Visit Rho's Homepage Send Rho a Private Message
If yours is anything like mine - it won't work - unless you send it to him once a week until Xmas and then you only stand a slight chance of him making the connection.


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Posted - 04/20/2006 :  01:23:17 AM  Show Profile  Visit stellal's Homepage Send stellal a Private Message
for christmas! my man would forget by then, or rather between now and them i would suggest at least a dozen other things. One of which he will buy. Isn't there a birthday between now and christmas?


I used to follow patterns, now I just make my own up as i go. Most times life is to short to read other peoples instructions - other times I really really wish I had

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