Father’s Day special doodle by Google on June 18th of 2005 was really a good one. Doodle was designed as if it’s the continuation of the Father’s Day doodle of 2003 and 2004.
The theme included in the design of the doodle in the year was similar to that which appeared on the home page of Google in the Father’s Day of 2003 and 2004. In those year also doodle included the picture of father relaxing in the garden lawn is pictured. In the year 2003 doodle included the picture of mower in it. In the year 2004 along with the mower to children were included in the doodle. Google doodle sketched out the image of an evening scene of western countries. In this day on 18th of June Google came up with the continuation of those two doodles. Father’s Day 2005 Google Doodle included the picture of the same relaxing father in the hammock in a reversed posture.
In 2005 Father’s Day we can see that lawn is arranged beautifully by father and he is relaxing with the mind of satisfaction. Doodle included the picture of a small black dog to give life to it.Now in the world we can see the number of old age homes is increasing day by day. It shows that today’s young generation has forgotten the value of the parents who sacrificed their life to bring their children well and good. In this condition a day to honor them has got great significance. Apart from celebration and fun it gives a chance for making the younger generation aware of the value of parents. Parents are the first teacher of children.
Along with giving awareness to the children this day makes parents also think about their duties towards their children. It’s the duty of the parent to give right guidance to the children and make them citizens suitable for the world.
Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in the month of June. It was in 1910 the first Father’s Day celebration took place. Sonora Smart Dodd was the one who took initiative for making the Father’s Day celebration a reality. YMCA Spokane was the place which became the first place to host this day’s functions.