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Father-Daughter Take A Walk Together Day

Father-Daughter Take a Walk Together Day is celebrated every July 7th, just in time to get outside and enjoy the wonderful weather with loved ones. On this special day fathers and daughters of all ages are encouraged to spend time together enjoying their natural surroundings. And with the health...

Father-Daughter Take A Walk Together Day

Father-Daughter Take a Walk Together Day is celebrated every July 7th, just in time to get outside and enjoy the wonderful weather with loved ones. On this special day fathers and daughters of all ages are encouraged to spend time together enjoying their natural surroundings. And with the health benefits associated with walking, and emotional and psychological benefits of family bonding time, it’s a wonder we need a special holiday to remind us to get out there and move!
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http://theyearoflivingunofficially.com/07/07/father-daughter-take-a-walk-together-day/

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