Want a WINNING gift idea for Father's Day? Take care of Dad's chore list!
If he doesn't have an unfinished to do list sitting in Cozi, here are five ideas from Red Beacon that the family can take care of in the next few weeks so Dad's Day is home-project-free. Get the kids on board and start checking off his list!
Make sure his lawn looks like an athletic field. Dad’s green thumb might not come naturally, but he’s done the best he can with that patchy front yard of his. Bring someone in to fertilize and even out his curb-appeal status symbol.
Paint the family room. Man cave or not, Dad loves to unwind in this room... which is probably why you’ve been asking for a new coat of paint since last summer and it hasn’t gotten done. Cement this space as a place of relaxation by having someone else pull out the paint cans and foam rollers.
Fix that leaky pipe. Let’s face it: Fitting underneath the sink just doesn’t do it for dad anymore. Have someone else pony up to that pesky P-trap.
Install that coveted surround sound. No matter if he likes to hear every decibel of a Transformers movie or if he would rather have NPR’s Morning Edition on blast in the a.m., he’s got a surround-sound project that’s outside of his electrical expertise. Get it taken care of for him, and he’ll be loudly re-enjoying the first season of Lost in no time.
Take out the junk. Picture there being a lot fewer boxes in the garage. For Father’s Day, give Dad the gift of letting his imagination run wild: What could go in that space? A motorcycle? A new set of power tools? A workshop for his woodworking hobby? If you have the junk hauled out and the space cleaned, anything is possible.
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