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Gifts to Buy People With MS
Supermum's response on a different thread gave me the inspiration to start this new one.  Gifts that will work for me:
a cat that is fully-toilet trained (and I mean a real human toilet)
a gardener
a housekeeper
padded walls and furniture corners
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645390 tn?1338558977
Good thread:

My 1st thoughts are :

a Nanny (who also does the grocery shopping and laundry)
a chef
a dog that gets the newspaper
docs that do housecalls

Thanks!
Michelle
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405614 tn?1329147714
Oh, yes!

How about:

Truly comfortable underwear and clothes
Personal shopper  (for clothes, presents, etc.)
an elevator
stock in a drug company, lol!

This is fun!
Kathy
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572651 tn?1333939396
I would ask for

steel toed shoes to protect my toes which are always getting stubbed

a chauffeur to drive me to my doctor appts - oh wait, I have that in my DH.  Scratch that one.

Kathy has the right idea asking for drug company stock ..... there's enough wealth to share with more than me so how about stock for everyone?


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147426 tn?1317269232
training wheels for me!
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382218 tn?1341185087
My aching back is dying for a new bed

Wii Fit

A Blackberry, get me out of the dark ages please

Personal trainer

Tickets to the 2010 Race to Erase MS event in LA...would love to go back!
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382218 tn?1341185087
ps: yes and some of that drug company stock too please and thank you
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