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I want to make a coupon book for mother's day. What should I put in it? -READ-?

I want to make a coupon book for mother's day. What should I put in it? -READ-? Topic: My dog does my homework
July 18, 2019 / By Ailey
Question: One free hug. I love you One I will walk the dog. I love you I will clean my room. I love you One I do my homework when told to. I love you something like that..
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Todd Todd | 5 days ago
One I will do the dishes, One I will fold the laundry, One night of a movie and popcorn on me, One I will feed the dog, and One free kiss.
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Todd Originally Answered: Fun/unique ideas for V-day coupon book?
A night in with rental movies and popcorn You do all the driving on your next date He gets to chose the music in the car for the next week Make out session on the couch :3 One original love poem, written by you A night of stargazing

Rashaun Rashaun
Those are good...you could add doing the dishes, making dinner, watching a younger brother or sister, scrubbing the bathroom, mowing the lawn...ect... and maybe a coupon or two worth a full week of some of these things would be impressive.
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Marvyn Marvyn
Do a load of laundry, wash the dishes, etc. The ones you suggested sound good too. I'm sure your mom will love it! :)
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Jethro Jethro
It is my opinion, and only my opinion, that all of those things listed are things you should give as a matter of course, anyway. Meaning she shouldn't need a coupon or special occasion to get them. You need to think up actions that are above and beyond what should be normally expected, whatever those might be for your individual circumstances.
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Jethro Originally Answered: For the authors you read (and or have read) do their lives make (or would their lives had made) a good book?
In my opinion, no. The stories they make up are more interesting and their lives are pretty normal. I'm someone who ALWAYS read the author's bio in the back of the book before I even start the story and I also go to the authors' website and poke around and definitely read more about them there. I do this for all the books I read and for some of the books I'm thinking about reading. Most of theses authors have boring lives (I read fiction, mostly romance, paranormal, fantasy, and some literary fiction & I read both Adult and YA books and a little middle grade stuff). I've come across a few authors who are highly educated (Daniel H Wilson and he's also a TV host and an expert robotics engineer in real life & has a PhD in that stuff - all of his novels are to do with robots). Most authors are just average people who work or used to work normal jobs, like Stephenie Meyer used to be a stay-at-home mom and has a bachelor's degree. Another author I've read is a currently in an officer in the Army National Guard and has worked with the Guard during hurricane Sandy and other such events. His novels are military fantasy. Another author is a stay-at-home dad. A lot of authors teach creative writing at the university level and did so before becoming authors. I read a J D Salinger biography and the author is a HUGE Salinger fan who created a website with all the info he could find on the author and was convinced to write a book. He's a pretty private person and there's little about his life that he lets be known (kind of ironic that he's writing a bio about someone else's life but keeps his own life private). That's one of my favorite non-fiction books. I read a Whitney Houston biography years - maybe a decade - before she died and it was written by her bodyguard who used to date her manager (which is how he became her bodyguard). Even Stephen King has had a pretty boring life. I read his biography (On Writing & it's part writing advice) and his life is pretty boring - that's the first thing I realized when I finished the book. I also realized that he writes it in such a way that makes you *think* he's had an interesting life, but when you really sit down and think about it, you realize that his life is pretty standard and boring.

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