My oldest daughter is on course for getting tenure in May. She was handed a letter of recommendation from the university president that is going to the board of regents for final approval. She is 35 and has been working very hard at this goal. I am very proud of her to say the least, she is an amazing woman despite my best efforts raising her. What is an appropriate gift for this "accomplishment" or professional recognition, or what ever you call it. Engraved pen set? Flying lessons? Ask her for a loan? What did the tenured profs here get, or what would you like to have gotten? Ideas from anyone welcome of course. I'm not really good at ideas like this. I'm good at getting them once I figure it out. One year I got my first wife a bathroom scale for Christmas. Thanks in advance.