Sunday, June 17, 2012
We asked readers to send us any messages they'd like to leave for their fathers or father figures; you can add yours in the comment box below.
Happy Father's Day to all you Plainfield dads out there. We gave Plainfield Patch readers a chance to publish their Father's Day sentiments today for all the fathers, grandfathers and father figures in their lives. Below is what we received. If you're kicking yourself now because you fear you missed your opportunity, no worries. Just add your message in the comment box below. Dear Father, Thanks so much for always taking care of my family and me. My love for you is forever. Happy Father's Day! - Love always, Your Son -------------------------------- Dear Dad and Grandpa, Happy Father's Day! We love you so much!! We hope you have a great day. You are the Best! - Love always, Dave and Michael…
Friday, June 15, 2012
Still trying to decide what to buy dad? Plainfield Patch offers a few suggestions.
My father always tells me not to buy him a thing. Doesn’t matter what the occasion is: Father’s Day, Christmas or even his birthday. If anyone does buy him clothes, the shirts better be a medium. If someone happens to insult him by giving him a large, he will refuse to even look at it. Needless to say, I’m still considering what to buy my dad for Father’s Day. He will probably get a shirt—size medium—and a book. If you are still trying to decide on the perfect gift, we have a few ideas for you. Sports Authority not only sells the latest in running shoes, they also have gadgets, gizmos and goodies. From heart rate monitors to earphones for runners to sunglasses and rollers meant to get the kinks out. But if your dad is an outdoorsman, then …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Send us your Father's Day greetings and we'll post them here.
It's easy to buy Dad a card that expresses your feelings with someone else's words, but why spend $3 when you can write down your own sentiments and post them for all to see? Here's the deal: You send us a note with a personal note for your father and we will publish here, on Plainfield Patch, on Father's Day. Something short and sweet will work -- "We love you, Dad. From your kids, Mary and Joe" -- but you can write an ode, too, if you're so inclined. There's no limit on length. There's no expense involved, and we'll bet dad will be busting a few buttons with pride knowing all of his friends can see what a great kid he's raised. And don't forget grandpas are dads, too. You can post a note for grandpa, your father-in-law, your son who just…
Sunday, June 19, 2011
It's the message that matters, not the way it's delivered.