Father’s Day is tomorrow and there are many ways to celebrate it. Without trying to sound too cliched, it’s all about showing the dad in your life what he means to you. Some of the lovely ladies at Ridlr let us in on how they plan to celebrate.
Pallavi: This year we will skip the annual tradition of going out for a meal because of time constraints. My sister and I got engaged this year, so this will be our last Father’s Day at home. I’m planning to gift him a collage of our pictures with the family, so that he doesn’t miss us too much.
Ruchita: My brother and I go crazy every Mother’s Day and Father’s Day because we just can’t figure out what to gift. My dad is an avid foodie, and loves eating so what can be better than the gift of food? I will probably check Gordon Ramsay’s or Jamie Oliver’s recipes on YouTube and cook these for him. And since I don’t really cook that often, I hope these turn out well.
Maya: My dad stays out of town. So I’ll end up buying something for him online. What am I going to buy? Customized T-shirts for him with pictures of my brother and myself. It’s a nice way of reminding him of the similar gift he had given me on daughters day.
Sheetal: I would love to take my dad to Patna and throw him a celebration along with relatives, friends and neighbors because I know this would make him so happy. I wish I had more time to plan it though.
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