As I have mentioned in previous postings, my mother who is almost 90 lives in a nursing home. All her marbles are present and fully functional, but the body is getting frail. Her response when asked about what she would like for a present is "unless it is out of this world, just good wishes will do". Having down sized several times in recent years, and now living in one room, there simply is no space for any thing else.
My Niece returning to NZ after several years overseas gave her the most wonderful 'out of this world" present for Christmas.
Two acres on the moon. I am not sure if it a guaranteed title but Mother is not going to be visiting it any time soon.
To use a bad pun, she is over the moon about it. It is proudly shown to all visitors and rest home workers, and it helps that we have a full moon at present and she points at it and says loudly (so those with hearing aids can hear too) 'I own that.'
Anybody else get or give exactly the right present