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Three Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day

Father’s Day is right around the corner (June 21, 2020), and many of us are wondering how best to celebrate the special men in our lives. With COVID-19 disrupting just about everything in 2020, this Father’s Day is set to be a more different one than usual. To help, we’ve rounded up a few ideas on how you can celebrate Father’s Day during the pandemic.

 

Surprise Your Dad This Father’s Day

 

  • Make him some homemade treats – Go the extra mile by making him his favorite dessert or sweet treat, whether that’s cookies or cheesecake! Since many of us have been getting more active in the kitchen the past couple of months, now is the time to test your skills. Leave them on his doorstep for a surprise.
  • Send him an I.O.U. – Perhaps you had tickets to an event or a fun day planned to celebrate Father’s Day. Now, you may not be able to do anything on your list, but you can send your dad a promise that you’ll celebrate together once events and restaurants are back up and running.
  • Video call – Can’t see your dad in person? Jump on a video call with him and catch up. You can even arrange to eat at the same time so it feels as if you’re both together.

 

We hope that you and your family have a happy and safe Father’s Day! To find the right insurance to cover your needs, contact the team at Little & Sons Insurance Services! Our dedicated team is ready to help you get the personal insurance you need.

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