Father’s Day Through the Eye of a Camera

Fathers are special.
Fathers are special.

Sunday is Father’s Day. What a great time to record some of your dad’s favorite stories. Saving Memories Forever is an easy and mobile way to start creating a legacy that can be enjoyed by everyone today and future generations. Even if your dad is no longer with you, you can record the stories you remember him sharing with you over the years so they are not lost forever. Check it out here to receive a discount code.

And whether you visit your dad in person, by phone or even Skype, let him know how much you appreciate all he has done for you. The older you get the more you realize the sacrifices he made for you. He’ll love hearing how he’s impacted your life in such positive ways. If you visit in person, take photos of him with all the family members. Capture some natural moments rather than posing for all of them. Then back them up, print and share them with others.

Another fun activity is to take some of your old Father’s Day photos with you to share with your dad. It will be fun to see how you celebrated it in the past, who shared in the fun and the silly looking clothes that were so cool back then! You can also take some photos of other activities you did together over the years. Good ones are those for which you have a story about how that time spent together made a positive change in your life. Be prepared with some tissues close by!

Some of us no longer have our dads with us. But we do have pictures of the many fun times shared on past Father’s Days. Pull those photo albums or shoe boxes out of the closet and take some time to look at those past celebrations and reminisce with other family members or just by yourself. You’ll find yourself laughing about the silly things he used to do or say and the special way he touched your life.


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