Friday, December 23, 2011

Secret Blogger Santa!

A few days ago I received an email from ROAD ID - At first I thought it was spam mail... then I saw that it was from my Secret Santa Blogger.   The email instructed me to go to the website and design my own Road ID Bracelet.  SCORE!  I have designed my ID bracelet on this site several times; but never pressed the 'purchase' button because I am to tight scared to spend money. :)

What an awesome gift, right?

Mike, my secret Santa, saw on my blog that I was in a little bike accident and could really use an ID bracelet for any future incidents. (I hope he is not jinxing me:D)

Well yesterday it arrived in the mail..... 

Of course I had to put it on at my desk! This is what I went with for my ID:

And tried it out in the pool later that night... had to make sure it was really water proof :)

And give it a whirl on the bike (b.t.w. the bike no longer bothers my hip!)

HOPEFULLY next week I can take it out on a RUN. =) =)
You better bet I still have it on... :)
Huge thanks to Mike. 

I hope however you celebrate the holidays, they are great!  

**Side note... Road ID gives a portion of every order to one of 10 charities that  YOU get to select. They have lots of fun colors to choose from...Go purchase one today!:)


  1. Glad you like it Christie! Awesome that the bike isn't bothering your hip any more too.

    Merry Christmas!

  2. What a great idea for a gift. You so lucky to have received one!
    Merry Christmas Christie. Hope the weekend is a fun filled one with your family :)

  3. Love Road ID!! Live with mine on daily ;) I got your message on my and I would be happy to work with you if you are still looking. Email me when you get a chance! Merry, merry Christmas :)

  4. Great gift! It looks great on you, too! Hope you had a fantastic holiday and best wishes for lots of happy miles in 2012!! :)

  5. ahhhhh!!! what a perfect gift! super jealous!!!!

  6. I'd get a rear view mirror,,either mounted on glasses of the bike. Believe me,,it does help. You can spot cars easier. Someone called "million-mile Freddy" racked up a million miles on a bike without hardly a mishap. He got 6th sense after a while. There is something to having that.