Father's Day is celebrated in honor of fatherhood. This year’s Father’s Day will be on June 17th. Most kids would admit that fathers are the coolest and less strict. In most societies, fathers are the breadwinners, the Mr. fixit if anything is broken and the tough guy when rules are broken. They need to know they’re appreciated and loved. A little gift will go along way in passing that message. To make your gift shopping for Father’s Day less stressful, we have a few options for you:
Military homecoming is one of the most intense moments in life. You have spent months or years without seeing your loved one. As much as you might be anxious, happy and relieved they are coming back, you also need a welcoming gift.
Mothers are heaven sent and our guardian angels on earth. They bring us up since birth, love us unconditionally, instill discipline and survival skills to make it on our own. They deserve to know they’re loved and appreciated.
Awards ceremonies are often reserved for only two groups in society—celebrities and those attending school. Their main goal is to celebrate talent, success, and achievement.
Held at Staples Center in Los Angeles this year, the All-Star Weekend came to an end on 18th February. With it, it brought an array of activities, good times, and more than anything, lots of memories.