The question of what to give to a person who has everything has crossed everyone's mind at one time or another. This is even more true when considering what to give someone for her 65th birthday. With some careful planning, sneaky cooperation between all the friends and family members and a little careful investigation, it is possible to come up with that perfect gift.
As people grow older their likes and interests change. Investigate what they enjoy doing and plan your gift accordingly. For example, if they love to play golf, arrange some lessons with a local pro or a weekend pass to a nearby golf course. If gardening is more their style, arrange for some time with a local landscape gardener as well as a gift token to the nearest garden centre. Include a card that gives them a weekend of dedicated time from you and friends and throw a landscaping party.
Travel to far away places can be thrilling to someone entering the next stage of life. With the possibility of more free time due to retirement, get together with friends and family and chip in on the trip of a lifetime. A cruise for two to Alaska, a trip to Europe or a jaunt to the coast to see the fall colours all become possibilities. The place you send them should be somewhere they've always longed to go, so question friends carefully until everyone comes up with that perfect spot. Provide a camera to take photos during the trip and plan a get-together when they return.
Plan a surprise party for them and invite all their friends and relatives. With a "This is Your Life" theme, have everyone send you memories, photos and fun fact that you can put together in a book or album to give them. Research what happened on the day of their birth and include the information in your album. Give cameras to people attending the party so you can place these photos into the album to record the party.
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