Fathers Day / March 5, 2019 / Eve Owen.
20th June is the ideal day to express your appreciation for your father who has left no stone unturned to bring you up. You have guessed it right it is the fathers day. So wake up and think a lot what to buy as the fathers day gifts. You have priceless collection of fond memories that you flip through to get back to the good old days whenever you find time. Each moment of your childhood days is unforgettable for your dad too. Why not embark on the journey to the bygone days with your father on this day? But always make sure to add to this special day. You can do so with your innovative ideas and fascinating fathers day gifts.
But then why not make merry one day and shower your father with gifts which is one way of showing your love and affection to your father. Fathers day is observed all over the world on the third Sunday of June every year to give your father gifts and appreciate him for all that he has done for you. Fathers day is not what it is made out to be. Indeed you should give your dad gifts and shower all your love on him but remember; gifts alone cannot make up for the emotional vacuum he feels. You have grown up and busy with your family while he feels neglected. In this fast age and stressful lifestyles perhaps fathers dont get enough recognition for all that they have done for their family and kids. Use your own imagination in choosing the gift for your dad.
I think he thought wed "break." But Dad would do the quiet things with us like telling stories about far away places where we could raise giant cabbages hunt for gold or drill for oil. His stories were exciting and sometimes very funny - at least to his four daughters. Wed fall to sleep at night thinking about going on adventures with Dad. We never knew what to buy for Dad on Fathers Day. Of course wed ask but his answer was always the same. "I have everything a Father could want including all the ties I can ever use." Ties were "out." What was left? Then we caught on to what Dad really liked not just on Fathers Day but on days whenever he needed something on wanted something.
He taught us through "trickery." My father would "trick" us into doing chores he thought we may not want to do such as "Girls dont you dare polish my shoes." Being daring girls - wed polish his shoes. It was Dads game but we were always willing players. Dad enjoyed simple things like this and he appreciated having these chores done. He was such a kind man that he found his pleasure not in receiving but in giving. This was one of the greatest lessons we all learned from Dad. When his girls grew up and left the nest food would appear in our cupboards from "no where." Money would be found in our purses mysteriously but always after a visit from Dad.
There are many fathers day gifts available in the market but only you know what will bring smile on his face and make his day. You are the one who he took to picnics and sporting events and even held you on his strong shoulders when you were fearful in a crowd. He cracked jokes when you were sad and dull and he was there when you required his help in studies or to attend your parent teacher meetings. Can you now even think of leaving him in the lurch when he needs you the most at this ripe age? Fathers day gifts are the best way to tell your dad that you still love and respect him and that you need him and care for him. There are so many to choose from and you need to select wisely to make your dad happy. If you really want to see a smile on your dads face spend some quality time together. He is craving to be close to you and more important than the gift you give him is the company that you give him.