Monday, June 10, 2013
Father’s Day is fast approaching, it is this coming Sunday we will be celebrating this for all the fathers in the whole wide world. We will not only giving honors or celebration to our mother that we have celebrated last month as well as our fathers. We will not all be here without the father or a mother or in other way around. We both need them, a father and mother are very important to us and a family cannot be called a family without the two.
Father’s are special to us like our mothers, they are both close to our hearts because without them we will not be here and living in this wonderful world. We owe them so much that we can’t even repay to them of what they have been through for taking care of us until we know how to take care of own. Father is a tough role to have, to work hard and sacrifice many things so that he can provide for his whole family. They deserved to be honor and remembered of all they have done for us.
A simple celebration and remembering them during this occasion would surely make them happy. One simple thing we can do is like sending them a card and calling them during this day and tell them how much we love them, will surely make them happy. We have so many noble and great fathers all over the world and this is our time to express our love and appreciation for the things that they have done for us and our family.
Like any other occasion nowadays has been commercialized we have seen that articles and advertisement about father’s gifts and ideas that you can give to your fathers this coming Sunday as a gift. I don’t know if it is a bad thing or good thing. I don’t think gifts matters but if we have the budget we can buy gifts for them but if we don’t have, our own presence and love to them are more than enough to them.
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers all over the world and especially to my father, hope he will feel better. Last year, I have written this poem and submitted it to Yahoo and here is the link for it http://voices.yahoo.com/where-would-8584083.html?cat=47. I have dedicated this poem to my father and to all the fathers out there.
Posted by Vicenta DeVries at 9:53 PM