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« on: February 07, 2005 08:30:24 AM »

So far i have a mini-ish scrapbook..it isn't as meaningful as i want it to be though. It's storebought, and has premade quotes, and slots for pictures. All i do is put pictures in. Doesn't seem too meaningful.

Have any ideas?

He's a musician, if that helps. He's a bass player:) And he loves spongebob. He likes meaningful things. I want to write him a song, but i'm not poetic. I want to make it super super special. Please help!
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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2005 02:31:09 PM »

When my husband and I started dating, for our first anniversary (of dating) I made him a little book about our year. About how we got together, our first date, e-mails I had saved back-and-forth between us... sort of a scrapbook without pictures.  Wink

Once (I don't remember what anniversary) I made him a mix CD with songs from our relationship. The first song we danced to, a silly song we used to change the lyrics for, a song from a really good concert we went to together... that kind of thing.

For our last wedding anniversary I wrote him silly poems (along with his gift - a snow cone maker.) An acrosstic (a phrase starting with each letter of his name), a basic rhyming kind, a haiku and a limirick. They were all kind of cheesy but he loved them.


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