Why does it seem that Dad is the hardest person to shop for? His taste may be simple, he may have everything he needs, or you may find that his interests are vastly different than yours. In any case, it is a perpetual dilemma--what to get him for Father's Day.
This year, don't fall back on the typical tie or mug or T-shirt. Instead, give him a gift that he will both enjoy and remember by giving him an experience rather than a gift to unwrap. Take your dad out to lunch and a movie or to a local sporting event. Go golfing with him and then head to his favorite watering hole. If he is the outdoorsy type, plan a weekend camping and hiking trip or go fishing for the day.
If you are able to afford it and your father is the adventurous type, you might like to indulge him in an once-in-a-lifetime experience, like sailing on a yacht for a day, deep-sea fishing, or a skydiving adventure. Regardless of the amount you spend, your father will appreciate not only the activity, but especially the time you spend with him.
At Parmer Place Apartments in Austin, Texas , we believe it’s important to live life vigorously. We hope this blog post helps with your Father’s Day shopping.