It’s around that time of year when you really want to honor the special men in your life – fathers. Sure, you could go out and grab a quick, mundane, same-as-all-the-rest Father’s Day card, but you know that the father you want to honor deserves a bit more. We’ve searched high and low to feature some of our Ultimate Father’s Day gifts for your special dad; gifts that truly speak from the deepest recesses of your heart that not only say, “I love you”, but also convey, “I love you as a father figure, and this is just a fraction of my appreciation of you.” Whether he’s the father of your children, your father, or a special father you are blessed to know, consider giving him something beyond the status quo of the redundancies of Father’s Day cards.
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Our family is one of health and fitness. I am a runner, a yogi, and an avid fitness lover. My husband is an active duty Marine, and fitness is in his daily regime. Frequently our family goes on runs, hikes, and bike rides together. I take my three daughters with me to workout groups and they sit in the jogging stroller on long runs. We love to be active and healthy, and our dog Pendleton is no exception to this.
When my husband and I first adopted Pendleton we would take her to the dog park or the dog beach almost every weekend. I would come home during my lunch break during the week and take her on a long walk around the neighborhood or let her play in the field behind our apartment complex. As Pendleton got older and our family grew, our outings became less frequent but her love for the outdoors never ceased. But we stopped taking her on our long adventures out because she would become visibly weary, and we didn’t want to exhaust her. This continued for years until recently when we made the switch to Iams quality dog food.
There are two types of people in the world: ones who would love to run a marathon and ones that say “NO WAY.” If you are reading this post, then chances are you have thought that accomplishing this goal is something that you would consider doing. Perhaps you are a beginning or novice runner and think that this is something you’d love to do eventually, or perhaps you are an avid runner and want to take the leap into marathon training. Either way, it is a given that training for and completing that feat of running 26.2 miles is no joke and not a decision that should be made lightly.