I really do believe that Father's Day is simply easier if you're 5, instead of 55. A 5 year old child can capture their handprints in plaster of paris that any Father would cherish. If you do that when you're 55, you just look nuts. So what's a daughter, or son, to do for the man who has everything?
On Sunday, June 15th, we celebrate the men who raised us, shaped us, and provided for us. Finding the perfect gift for your Dad can be challenging, but it’s definitely worth it to make his day extra special. Take a little time to ponder your father’s likes and dislikes. Here are some tips to help you get started this Father’s Day.
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Some fathers are natural handymen that enjoy home improvement projects. Remember, no tool kit is ever complete, so there are always more tools and practical gadgets available. Or maybe a tool belt to keep all of his tools within easy reach.
If your father has a favorite sports team, then sports memorabilia is an excellent option for a father’s day gift. From team cups for drinking on game day to t-shirts, there’s a plethora of options for the sports enthusiast. If he’s a golf nut, Father’s Day is a perfect time to spoil him as well. Buy him a round of golf or tickets to his favorite sporting event.
Even if your dad isn’t a professional chef, chances are he enjoys cooking meals for the family. Fathers who enjoy cooking will appreciate new items for the kitchen that spruce up the home and make mealtime more enjoyable. How about the gift of flavor and aroma? These clever jars are magnetic, while allowing the beautiful display of color and shapes of these fine, organic spices.
Whatever you choose for your Father, make it a special day for him. If you can, spend time with him, talking and laughing. He deserves all the the love and respect you can give him! ENJOY!