Monthly Archives: May 2014

Father’s Day: The Father Figure

The history of father’s day began in 1909, when Sonora Dodd thought of father’s day as a replication service to Mother’s Day. She wanted to appreciate what her father did for her since the demise of her mother Ellen. At that time, Sonora was 16 years of age and since then her father William Jackson brought her up. Despite being a veteran soldier, he preferred to give her more time until she turned 27 years old.

While listening to Mother’s Day sermon in Church, Sonora Dodd came up with the idea of introducing Father’s Day. She believed that an appreciation day need to be assigned for honouring services rendered by fathers particularly in absence of mothers. However, the first ever Father’s Day began thousand years ago when a boy in Babylon, carved a piece of clay to give a message to his father.

How Your Fathers Can Get Appreciation of What They Have Done

No one knows how much a father loves his child, until he has been in the same position. He is in a situation where he is ready to give all his life for the support of his family specially his children. This pure and unconditional form of love is the best and can never be replaced anywhere anytime. Thus, appreciate what you have before it is too late. If you want to honour, what your father has done for you over the years, then make sure that it is something exciting.

A Visit to Prehistoric Period

Let you and your dad go back in time when the lifestyle was not a modern one. Accompany your father and see with your eyes how mummification was done in Egypt. Discover all historic events come together at one roof in the British Museum.

Victorian Era and Beyond Comics

Victorian era is something your dad or granddad may relate to. Thus, what better way to pay homage to your father than visiting with him to the British comics’ tradition stretches! The exhibition starts at 27 June, Friday from 6:30pm-8pm.




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