What are you getting dad for Fathers Day? What about taking him to his favorite restaurant that hopefully is open with limited capacity requirements with 50 percent who can dine-in. Lot’s of anxiousness surrounds Fathers Day and Mothers Day because you don’t want to screw it up. You can always have picnics in the backyard or take a trip to a public park and isolate under a tree with his favorite snacks.
Ladies here’s my cheesy list for Fathers Day:
- Give him the divorce he’s wanted
- Amazon gift card
- Fishing equipment
- One get out of the dog house coupon
- Time to go see his pre-COVID mistress
- Craft Beer
- Aged liquor
- House shoes
- New webcam
- Gift card to his favorite barber
- Ring light for Zoom meetings
- Time alone to reflect
I’m just pulling your leg, my list is a little suspect. Before you get out here and spend too much money you might want to know where Fathers Day comes from. Father’s Day was founded in Spokane, Washington at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd, who was born in Arkansas.