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Father's Day Message in a Bottle

Keith Cangiarella
 


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Father, who is our second God, is responsible for our appearance on this earth and who has given us life to live. He is not only responsible of giving us life but also behind our education, growing up and also for everything which we needed in life. We really need to accept his contributions in making our life better and give a little effort to show him our gratitude towards his presence in our life. What can be a better day to express all our heartiest feelings for our father than Father's Day?

Father's Day is the occasion, on which we get a chance to make our father happy and make him proud on his deeds for his kids. So, start your father's day with something which can lead a smile on his face. Try some handy tips given here to cheer up dad on this special day.

Greetings for Father

Send your father a sensuous message describing your emotions for him. Try message in a bottle for greeting your father. Sending even a simple “I love you dad" message in a bottle will make an impact. Your father will really love your choice of making the morning of his day special. You will not find any other ways to greet your father than wishing him via message in a bottle.

Celebrate With Your Dad

If possible, be with your father for whole day, and try to make him happier than other days. Be a reason of his happiness, along with the greetings message in bottle you can gift him a bottle of vintage wine or something which is as special as your father to make the day more memorable. I bet, he will feel the intense love, and care for him in your heart and that will result more affection between father-child relations.

Finishing up the Father's Day

While greeting your father with message in a bottle, put a plan for whole day celebration along with your greetings. Plan the day properly, after wishing him go for prayers at nearby church and request god for your fathers long, healthy and prosperous life, return with a bunch of favorite flowers of your father and present him. At evening go for a movie or something which your father loves, and make the night memorable with a delicious dinner for your father at a perfect restaurant, or better you cook for him and arrange the dinner at home itself. By this way you can make him feel more special and at last offer him the vintage wine gifted along with the message in a bottle.

Believe me, your father will really cherish the day for his whole life. The bottled message will become memorabilia of this particular day for him, and it will keep him reminding your love, care and affection for him.

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