That is right, we are celebrating the holidays by giving away 12 bottles of Intensity Academy hot sauce! Entering to win is easy! Just answer the question on this blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube! We'll pick the winner each day and post the winning answer.
The question of the Day is:
- Congrats to Steven!
- Congrats to Lauren!
- Congrats to Char-Lynn!
- Congrats to Colin!
- Congrats to Caroline!
- Congrats to Lisa!
- Congrats to Allie!
- Congrats to Char-Lynn! (again)
- Congrats to Tom!
- Congrats to Lisa!
- Congrats to John!
- Congrats to Kim!
I can't wait to see some of the great answers! And, yes, you CAN win more than once, so you can answer more than one question. :)
Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD
Bright Eyes Family Vision Care
Located in the Westchase area of Tampa.
My favorite holiday memory is SNOW sledding down hills in Massachusetts for hours with my brother and our friends, followed up by several cups of hot cocoa.
The first with my son, who was just 3 months old when we bundled him up and drove 800 miles from Missouri to Alabama to introduce him to his relatives. The vivid part of that memory was the drive back, when a blizzard trapped us in a hotel for 2 days, and we arrived home to find the snowplow had piled nearly 12 feet of snow and ice in front of our driveway, so we had to climb a mountain of snow and slide our son in his car carrier down the mountain to get in the house.
Congrats to Steven for winning day #1!
Now on to day #2:
What what is your favorite holiday song?
Not to be super traditional, but I *love* O Holy Night. It’s a must for my holiday playlist.
Second would be this weird off B-side called “Christmastime” by the Smashing Pumpkins.
Favorite (traditional) holiday song: “Silent Night.” Reason: When the holiday season gets hectic with traveling, shopping,
etc. this song is a reminder on what Christmas is all about. Favorite pop music holiday song: “Last Christmas” by George Michael. Reason: It’s pure, 80’s-holiday awesome.
Congrats to Loren who won day #2 with “Silent Night” This is the song I hum to my kids to get them sleep year-round.
Now the new Question of the day: What do you serve for your holiday feast?
This year we are hosting & making a standing rib roast 😉
The Holiday Feast at my house always centers around the ham. Soaked overnight in apple cider, then baked with my own brown sugar, cinnamon, & apple butter glaze. Cheesy, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans sauteed slightly with onions & bacon, and to finish it off, my Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle. I like this better than Thanksgiving.
Turkey, potatoes, green bean casserole, and lots of pies. Everything else may be different from year to year, but those are the staples.
Yay! Do I just stop into the store to pick up my prize? Maybe when I’m there I shoudl make an appt, it has been awhile since my last eye exam!
We have an articial tree, 7 ft tall. It’s skinny but once decorated and wrapped in garland it looks prertty good.