How to show Mum and Dad that we care for them and we love them?

@Ashgun (472)
May 24, 2007 4:16am CST
Tomorrow is my parents' 27th wedding anniversary; my husband, my brother, my sister-in-law and myself would love to surprise them just to show them our love and how much we care for them!!! Actually they think we forgot about their anniversary and we would like to organise somethibg for them!!! I thought about ordering some food and have a family dinner... or invite them in a restaurant! I really dont know what to do... If you had to surprise your parents; what you would have done? maybe your ideas may help me for tomorrow... Thanks in advance!
3 responses
• Philippines
25 May 07
My parents passed away many years ago. I envy you for still having your parents. Your idea of a party is good. If you can afford it, may I suggest you also secretly invite people you know are close to their hearts.
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@Ashgun (472)
5 Jun 07
I am very sorry! Thank you very much for your response Emilie!
@maddysmommy (16233)
• United States
24 May 07
I think what you have stated above sounds really nice, either setting would be lovely for your parents.
@Ashgun (472)
5 Jun 07
Thanks a lot maddysmommy for the response! ;o)
@shoelover (896)
• Australia
24 May 07
When it was my fathers 70th birthday I had organised a surprise party for him. I called up all his brothers and sisters and friends and they all came to my place. I told him I was taking him out to dinner but had lost my glasses for driving and could he pick me up. He came all ready for our dinner and got the shock of his life when all his family were at my house. He thoroughly enjoyed his surprise and I was happy I could make his day special for him.
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@Ashgun (472)
5 Jun 07
Hey that sound really nice the surprise party you organised for your dad! Thats really sweet of you Shoelover. Actually i booked a table at the restaurant and we went there and they already knew about the surprise since we were all insisting that they should wear good outfits lol!