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05-17-2003 11:07 AM
38 special Thanks Dave, good ideas. Kev I have four kids and I forgot they did use to have those kind of movies over there in Kenton didn't they. The oldest graduated college last year, the second oldest graduates high school in a couple weeks. One in 8th and one in the 6th. Only 6 more years to freedom! Congrates on the truck Clpup. We knew you could do it.
05-17-2003 05:43 AM
chevyluvnpuppy YUP 38 got the truck .. read my thankyou note to you all in the lounge! It explained it all !!!

Best of Luck !
05-17-2003 02:31 AM
Kevin45 Hey 38!!!!!! You talking about the drive-in before you get to Kenton on 68 just east of Belle Center? If so... WELL YOU OLD DOG!!!!!!!! No wonder you didn't see any movies. How many kids you got? Just kidding!!! LOL!!!

05-16-2003 11:39 PM
Weimer There is one in Sidney and one in Springfield...nope it's not the New Moon either
We go to the one in Sidney every now and then...haven't been there for a minute though. When I had my truck(before my daughter was born) My boy used to love to go with us because he could sit in the bed and listen to 'daddy's woud steweo' play the movie. Now he's addicted to the big screen tv and the surround sound.
05-16-2003 06:33 PM
Dave E Shank HEY 38: Women like something different to tell their friends about. I have taken a ball of twine and started at door knob ( I get up before her) and traced it all through house, garage, through windows. Tie notes along twine with " Sweet Messages" along route. Tie other end to a present. She will looove it.
Number two is have " Treasure Hunt" with pack of stick up postem notes. Have each note lead to another location where there is another note, or clue. This one you can drag out for days and finally identify where to find present. It might even be you.....GOOD LUCK
05-16-2003 05:48 PM
38 special Weimer, we use to spend a lot of evenings at the drive-in. I can even remember a couple of movies we saw. We were both horror movie buffs. <img src="graemlins/evil.gif" border="0" alt="[evil]" /> Do they still have the one over by Kenton? I think the only one left around here is between St. Mary's and Celina.
05-16-2003 05:44 PM
38 special I didn't say you were old Kimmie. You said I was, remember? I knew you were kidding. Or, at least I hoped you were. However, YOU, are older than I though you were. I figured you to be about a sleek and fast 79 model. However a 65 model built for comfort with a blown out front and flat behind leaves a pleasant image in mind. Your husband must be very lucky. I know I am. Have a nice evening. By the way... did you get the truck? <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" />
05-16-2003 12:10 PM
chevyluvnpuppy I AM NOT OLD!!! Im a 1965 model that was built for comfort.. not for speed!
I prefer to think of myself as a sleek two door model with a blowout in front and a flat behind!

Later 38

05-16-2003 04:52 AM
38 special Thanks for the good ideas fellas. You've got the wheels in my head grinding. Still looking for more input. Keep 'em coming. I thought I'd treat her special on our 25th cause I may not live long enough for the 50th. Men seem to die early in our lineage. But who knows I try to take care of myself better than my forefathers did.
05-16-2003 04:48 AM
38 special Quote by: Kim, "wow, You must be old." "AAAHHHH! Willy's can you pull that knife out of my poor old back?" Just kidding Kim. Thanks for the woman's perspective. After 25 yrs. (got married at 23 and she was 19) I guess I have hit middle age kinda hard but I still have a young heart and I am the romantic one in our union. Surprised? I like some of your idea, that's one of the reasons I thought about singing that song to her I sang on our wedding day. I was never allowed to sing that song at anyone elses wedding. (Sometimes I sing at weddings. I also sing semi proffessionaly in a Gospel quartet.) Thanks for your help. I think I'll wonder off to my easy chair. Naaaaw! I have the day off. I'm getting out my Kawasaki 1000 and going riding. The kids are all in school now it's my turn to have some fun! Yahooooo!

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05-15-2003 04:02 PM
Chucks,57 Sep,30 my wife and I was married for 25 years, and I sent flowers that morning and when she got up and went down stirs I had retend a latter to here telling her that if I could go back in time to when I had met her,the only thing I would have done difrend is I would have ask her to marry me sooner! and I took her out on the town and gave her a new ring and you know latter on well lets just say the end to a grat! date!! <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" />
05-15-2003 01:00 PM
mikeweyman have someone cater a four course meal at home. then take her mike
05-14-2003 01:01 PM My wife loves jewelery so I have a custom jeweler who makes all my jewlery. He works out of his home which is to put it kindly a dump. He is probably 150# over weight, is covered in tatoos and wears a pony tail and full scraggly beard.

All that aside, he makes great jewelery to my specifications for probably 20% of retail. I just had him make a 5ct natural ruby center stone ring surrounded by 2 cts of alternating diamond and rubys for $350.

One of these trinkets and a trip to somewhere that our kids can't find us (Yousemite this year, Vegas and Santa Catalina Island other years - doesn't need to be expensive) is all it takes to score big points.

Point is, find out what she likes and do ALL the arrangements yourself and she will be very happy.
05-14-2003 10:14 AM
Weimer There are still a few drive-in movie theaters open around Ohio <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" /> There is one in Sidney right off of the interstate. Take her someplace fun and different from the normal stuff. I know when my wife and I go out to do something together we usually try to find someplace that we have never been before.
Just hang in'll find somethin'!
05-14-2003 07:54 AM
Kevin45 Do something off the wall. Take her to a comedy club or something that you guys have not done in twenty five years. Above all tell her that you love her. Send her to have a massage, nails done, something she can be pampered with. Of course a diamond never hurts either.

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