I'd like my kids to give me a classic "Think different" apple poster, but for the time they know about these, they will be using a G15 or above ,Sharewaredemon said:One of the Think Different posters with Einstein on it.
He is a Mac nut, and love Einstein.
and he doesn't know I have the Think Different posters either.
I've kept that a secret so he will be doubly surprised that I'm parting with one.
Bravo to you - the best gift is showing him that you notice things like that. You'd be surprised how important that can be.monkeydo_jb said:My brother and I got our dad an electric edger for his yard.
He always comments how he loves the result on his friend's yards.
I'm sorry you don't have your own dad around, but I imagine that you've known your wife's family so long that they are as much family to you as your blood relatives.wdlove said:My Dad passed away in 1975.
We will call my wife's Dad on the phone tomorrow. At 87 he already has everything that he needs. Think that he enjoys a phone call, since he lives in Maryland.
I hope that your wife is alright MongoTheGeek?MongoTheGeek said:I'm going to give him a call. Not sure what I am going to get/have done for me tomorrow though. For a while it looked like I would have to go into work (make up time I took off to see the president, and go to my wife's aunt's viewing/funeral, and taking the wife to various doctors appointments (she's okay. Mostly it was blood work and physicals and checkups))
Right now the only thing on the books is making cookies for the firehall fathers day dinner and picking my son up from scouts.
Maybe we'll see Batman at the drive-in. (Double feature with the Longest Yard)