The summer months bring out the fountain beverage fiend in me! I can hardly make it on a car trip greater than 45 minutes without wanting to stop for a super cold fountain beverage. Typically, I am not picky about where the drink comes from. I just want it cold. Ice cold.
I was getting gas recently and saw that Race Trac was going to sell a reusable cup for $6.99 that came with free refills all summer! (Until September 6th) And Race Trak has crushed ice. Jackpot!
Then... to make the deal even cooler, Mom Select gave me a $10 giftcard to buy my own cup for review. And they also asked me to giveaway a $10 Race Trak giftcard. Now I can shared my crushed ice love. I shouldn't have all the free refills... though I've probably refilled my cup 20 times in the last 14 days! The refill process is super quick so long as the line isn't long. And even then, I've had the cashiers ring me up on someone else's order just to move me along.
So, if you like Race Trak, ice cold drinks (including Crystal Light), or crushed ice, leave a comment (per the guidelines below). I'll randomly draw a winner on Sunday night.
How to Enter: There are four ways to enter and you can do any of them you like, for up to four entries:
1. Leave a comment telling me what your favorite fountain beverage is.
2. Subscribe to my RSS feed, and leave a 2nd comment telling me you did so, or already are subscribed,
3. Link to my giveaway on your own blog, leaving another comment with the permalink to you post, or
4. Share this giveaway on Twitter and leave a 4th comment letting me know you did (copy & paste this suggested text: Win a $10 Race Trak Gift Card from @FamilyMusings http://bit.ly/dnpskh)
That's it. 4 ways to win and 1 lucky winner. This giveaway will end Sunday, July 4th at midnight. Read all contest rules here.
Time Marches OnBelieve it or not, I managed to get through to the end of my sophomore year of college and landed me a man! And not just any man, but just the man God wanted for me. I was approximately 170 lbs by the time we married a year later. He had big plans for us to live a healthy lifestyle and for me to lose weight. I had dreams of cooking great dinners like my mom had done with the prerequisite meat, starch, starch, veggies, and ice cream for desert. He thought I bought him ice cream because I loved him. Eventually, after a visit to my parent's home our first year, he realized I bought ice cream because it had always been around and that was what we were supposed to put in the freezer.
After being married for a year, I gained about 10 pounds by keeping up with him at every meal. Once I graduated from college the end of our first year of married life I accepted a position that required I travel out of state for an average of 22 days a month.