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Father's Day 2021 - Celebrate the Day With Zero Alcohol

Father’s Day 2021

Fatherhood is a unique experience, for those of you who are lucky enough to experience it. It is an honor that is gained every day along with responsibility, anxieties, mistakes, moments of joy and pride, and with unconditional love for a lifetime.

If your father loves wine but avoids alcohol, please consider gifting him our unique wine refreshments, full of antioxidants and electrolytes. 

Happy birthday to all dads!

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Three Awesome Memorial Day Ideas To Honor The Day.

1. Write a handwritten note to a soldier and his or her family. If you don’t know a military family personally, simply deliver your note to any A Million Thanks drop-off locations.

2. Truly pause for a minute of silence. Wherever you live, at 3pm on Memorial Day let’s all join in The National Moment of Remembrance. Let’s consider our gratitude for the soldiers and veterans who have served our country.

3. Deliver dessert to a local military family. Whatever treat you’re making this coming weekend, simply double the recipe. A sweet way to say "thank you” is to hand-deliver a homemade dessert to the home of an active, retired, or fallen soldier.

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Mother's Day 2021 - Date, Founding & Traditions

The tradition of celebrating mothers and motherhood can be traced back to the Ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals in honor of the mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele.

However, the clearest modern precedent for Mother’s Day is the early Christian festival known as “Mothering Sunday.” People would make offerings of honey-cakes, drinks, and flowers at dawn.

The latest and more moderate version of Mother’s Day, however, can be dated back to the Christian festival, ‘Mothering Sunday’ that was first held in the UK. The traditional festival was organized on the fourth Sunday of Lent and during this time the Virgin Mary, also known as the Mother of Christ, was celebrated.


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