How To Celebrate Father's Day - 06/12/14

  Father's Day is coming up on Sunday.  Some of you may be thinking about what to do for dad.  I know every family is different but I'm not much on gifts just to be getting something.  There's a reason they call days like this Hallmark holidays. 
  I love it when my kids make me a card or color a picture for me.  Cookies or a box cake they put the icing on.  When it comes to stuff, if dad really wants it, he either already has it or has decided it's not the right time.
  Tell your dad you love him.  Tell him you appreciate what he does for you and your family, the sacrifices he makes so you guys can have things, go places and do things.  That's what good dad's do.  You dad would probably think it was pretty neat if you said let's take a walk, told him thank you and gave him a hug.  Doesn't cost a dime but in his mind, moments like that are priceless.  Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there. 

 

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