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For That Special Guy in your Life Only

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It’s almost Father’s Day. I am not really too crazy about the occasion because my dad is long gone. I miss him so much. He was my greatest fan and my best critic. He was my trusted friend and my worse competition. He was my confidante and my strict guardian. I really miss him so much.

If he was alive I will not find it hard to buy him a gift this Father’s Day. He is a watch collector so definitely I would buy him a Victorinox Swiss Army. It is the only kind of gift that I know he would appreciate and cherish just like the ones he got in his collection. He would never get tired of them.

But since I he is no longer around to appreciate such gift… it’s about time that I introduce Hubby to this one of a kind timepiece. That is why this Father’s Day I am giving him one. Shhhhhh… it’s still a secret. He doesn’t have to know about that now.

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Comments

ang sweet mo naman Amiga. sarap mo mag mahal.. :)
betchai said…
i love swiss army too Ruthi, it lasts forever :)
ang una kong watch na nabili dito ay swiss army. napaka durable nya Amiga and I am pretty sure it will last a long time :)Good choice Amiga!!

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