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December 22, 2005 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-12-22

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Readymade dinner is a
great gift. If you're one of

those people fortunate enough to
have a large freezer, you may have
goodies someone will love.
Working moms and dads are con-
stantly challenged by the ques-
tion, "What's for dinner?"
Readymade dinner is a great gift.
Maybe you have a lasagna, a bag
of peas and some garlic bread,
along with a bottle of wine. Place
in a basket and give "Dinner
When You Need It" to a friend.
The nice thing about this is that
it looks like a present into which
you put a lot of thought (you
cooked it days ago, of course,
thinking of your friend's birth-
day). It also will be greatly appre-
ciated, because it can go into
someone else's freezer, then be
taken out on a busy night. And
everybody loves an instant, home-
made dinner.

Give your partner a paid
day off. Go to your computer

and print out this nice message:



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"Next Sunday is yours. Get up,
shower, eat and GO! I'll watch
the kids, clean up the house, do
all the chores. Here is S50 to help
you enjoy the day. Don't come
back until it's night!"

Let your beloved pick
out the present of her
choice. This will take a bit of

planning so it doesn't sound like
exactly what it is — a last-minute
gift. But you can do it. First,
think of your wife's favorite store.
Now create an "open gift certifi-
cate" and either draw something
(this shows you've put a little
"planning" into this) or design on
the computer. Now write a note
and tell your wife something
along the lines of, "You mean the
world to me. We're off to
Tapper's [in the Orchard Mall in
West Bloomfield] tomorrow at
noon" (this, again, suggests you
actually put some thought into
the gift) "and I want you to pick
the necklace of your dreams, and
let me pay. I love you, dear."
Trust me, it will work.

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