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Abundance of Talks - #FathersDay Contest


Wikipedia says Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. And I am so agree with this line "honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood". On 18th of this month, we are going to celebrate Father's Day. So, just like we celebrated motherhood, now we are equally excited to make merry on Father's Day. It's the time to convey your feeling to your father, to say Thank you for always being with you and to support you. 

It's Sunday again on 18th of June. So manage some time to call your father, to wish him good health and many many smiles. 

Father : A son's first Hero and a daughter's first Love

Abundance of Talks is celebrating Fatherhood this whole Month. And to make this bash little extra ordinary, we are introducing a Father's Day contest.

Below things you can do to take part in the contest :

1. A Thank you Note to your father : Write a letter to your father conveying your feelings. We would love if you could tag your father with the post. 

2. The most funny memory with your father : Share with us the most funny moment of your life when you and your father were together. This could be a post or a funny picture. 

3. Things I never told to my father : Do you feel you have something in your heart that you never shared with your father ? A confession, any mistake or just your love. Share that with us. 

4. My Daddy Strongest : Share a picture of your father showing him the strongest person of this earth. 

Father's Day contest for kids, details here.

Rules :

1. Like our Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/abundanceoftalks/

2. Send your entries at the email id shipragc@gmail.com Or, you can directly text as a Facebook message.

3. For blog/post there is a limit of 500 words. 

4. Last date of sending entries is 30th of June 2017. 

The best entry in each of the contest categories above will win exciting prize.  

Participate and let this world know why you love your father so much. But don't forget to follow the rules of the contest. 


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