Posted on Jun 10, 2016
Fathers Day Gift Ideas and In Home Senior Care
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and it is time to think about the important man in our lives who helped to shape who we are today. While it may seem enough to simply send a card and call it a day, it is important to remember our dads deserve some extra love too!
This Father’s Day, surprise Dad with something a little different this year! Skip the tie and go for something more personal. If your father likes to golf, perhaps swing by his home and take him for an afternoon on the local course. If he already goes often, maybe a gift of a new set of golf balls, tees, or a new shirt will be appreciated.
If lounging indoors is more your father’s speed, perhaps an afternoon at the movies is a more appreciated gift. Look at the newest movie listings and find out which flick is most appealing to him. Purchase the snacks and the tickets and sit back and relax together!
Another Father’s Day gift idea is to create something memorable for him to keep. Maybe he has some old family photographs stored in boxes in the attic. Gather some of these memories, scan them, and put the photos together in a printed photo book that can be created online.
If a good day with Dad is started with a good meal together, take him out to eat at his favorite breakfast place. Maybe just sitting together and sharing a meal prepared together will make Dad smile. Bring over some steaks to grill and enjoy each other’s company while cooking. Meals prepared together taste better!
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