The origin of Father's Day

Desmond posted on November 17, 2016 at 16:19

Almost every kid will be asked the question of whom do you like better, your mother or your father. There is no doubt that mother is very great as she gives you the life, while father is also of importance. Father’s Day is invented to show gratitude to fathers. Its coming has a story.

The first person to propose the idea of Father’s Day was Mrs. Dodd in 1906. She wanted a special day to honor her father, whose wife passed away many years ago. At first, Mrs. Dodd wanted Father’s Day to be celebrated on her father’s birthday, but later President Johnson signed a paper to declare the third Sunday of June was Father’s Day. Since then, it became an international day. It is not only to honor one’s father, but also the fathers of all the people.

Father’s Day reminds people to show gratitude to their fathers, who loves you all the time and no matter what difficulty you meet, he will stand by your side. So however busy we are, we should call them now and then.

Wu Yuwen saw that Zhou Ying was not touched by a person behind a pillar outside the door. At this time, Wu Erye reminded him to bundle this girl, after all of a sudden you glory, splendour, wealth and rank body, move crooked mind. But Wu Yuwen also decided, as long as Zhou Ying to abide by the rules, he will treat this critical moment to come forward.

After the people were scattered, only Wu and Zhou Ying were left in the room. He looked at Zhou Ying in front of him, with a gentle face. Zhou Ying thought that Wu Pinhui disappointed, he said to Hu Yongmei back. I heard Wu said you were my wife and I would take care of you all my life. Zhou Ying did not respond to it, after all, the weight of his "life" was too heavy. She watched before playing maid called her little lady, can't adapt to the transformation of identity. Soon at the time of his bedtime, Zhou Ying took off his coat by himself and hurried to the bed and buried himself in the quilt.

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