Celebrating Father’s Day
Everyone celebrates Father’s Day a bit differently, but if you are looking for something a bit different then here are some things/ways you might consider.
Flowers – Yes flowers!
Honestly. How many ties does 1 dad need?!
If you know your dad has a special flower then a bunch would be a nice gesture. If you are unsure what type of flower, then the elegance of a single rose will let him know you care
It doesn’t matter if you’re 8, 28 or 48, a handmade card or note from the heart speaks more of your feelings than the store bought variety.
If your artistic ability is a bit lacking check out our selection of Father’s Day coloring pictures that you can print out and color. Or make life easy on yourself by sending a free Father’s Day eCard.
Give mom the day off as well and invite them both over for a good home cooked meal. But remember today is not the day to test out that new recipe. Play it safe and stick to dads favorite.
If your not the home cooking type – then nothings better than being treated to a tasty meal at a nice restaurant surrounded by the ones you love. It doesn’t have to be anywhere fancy, depending on your dad it could be the neighborhood diner or even the locale pizzareia.
Does your dad have a sweet tooth? A plate of those homemade cookies or his favorite pie tastes even better when he knows it comes from your heart.EPN
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1986 Press Photo Father Frank Haig and John Mulroy at LeMoyne College Dinner