Plan It - Hubby's 50th Birthday
Wild Rice, Butter Bean, and Garlic Roasted Carrot Salad
Make him a memory jar. Fill a jar with pieces of paper on which you write memories you have of the two of you. The memories can be small ones (I remember the first movie we saw together was ) and big (I remember how wonderful you made me feel the day you proposed). The key is to be specific. He will then pull one out a day and read it. You can do this to be opened once a day for a month, a year, or any timeframe you want. Use nice paper (patterned scrapbook paper works well) and a nice container. This gift from the heart will let him how much you love him. It only costs as much as the paper and will last all year.
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Chalkboard painted wine bottles