How to make Father's Day special for daddy
Father's Day is coming up this Sunday, and if you want to appreciate daddy for all the wonderful things he has done for you, it's time to prepare already. Think about it, daddy has always been there for you, no matter what you go through, daddy has been there to support you. So why not dedicate one day to your father and make it special for him! Here's how you can make Father's Day special for daddy!
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Arrange a meeting with an old friend
Long lost friends are quite a plenty in today's busy world. What better way to celebrate Father's Day than to arrange a get together with dad's old friend! He'd love it, you'd love to see the joy on his face, and his friend would love it too!
A letter of appreciation
Yup, daddy has feelings too, especially for his child! Appreciate all the things he has done for you over the years. Mention small details where he showed his concern while you were younger but you weren't mature enough to be grateful for it. Trust me, he will hold it close to his heart.
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Talk to him
Spend time talking to dad leading up to Father's Day. Find out about his life if you have been a bit too busy for him of late. Even though you may think otherwise, daddy is still concerned about what goes on in your life! He'd love to hear, but make him talk about his life as well. He's been the listener to all your stories over the years; it's time to listen to the little he has to say!
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A corny gift
Daddy may seem all serious, most of the time, but he'll wear anything you give him with love! Yeah he will, trust me! Plan a corny gift for him. Something like, a t-shirt that reads ‘Best Daddy in the world', a mug that says, ‘My dad's the coolest', a cap/hat that reads ‘Daddy cool'.
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Remember to appreciate everything you have in life because nothing lasts forever, that is the harsh reality of life.