I'm very bad at figuring out gifts, and we've not done much more than go out to dinner to celebrate in past years.
I was thinking I could come up with something 'small' that I could get 20 of that Marty would like, but for the life of me, aside from flowers, or candy bars, my ideas have hit a brick wall. I went out today and at least got a card. He never mentions things he needs, or likes, and his only hobby is photography - now digital, so no getting canisters of film. He has a plethora of lens filters - replacing as he damages them. So, I guess it'll once again be 'just a card'. He's not at all sentimental, so the card will end up in the trash in a short time.
After walking through Party City - thought maybe 20 balloons but nixed that idea - I discovered, that "20" must not be that big of a deal in the world of anniversaries. A fair amount of stuff for 25, and all the decade levels beyond that, but nada for 20.
On our 13th, we went to a mountain resort town about four hours away for an overnight trip. That's the last, and only, time we celebrated away from home. Our anniversary hits mid-week and Marty's working and he's leaving Saturday and will visit his dad in Arizona in advance of a work-related trip to Phoenix Monday through Wednesday.
|Lee, Marty and my daughter Victoria|