Tuesday, June 21, 2011

This could save my life...

So I like to run...

& I know it bothers Ricky & my parents the idea of me being out on the road sometimes.

What if something happens?  What if I get hit by a car?  What if I clonk over with a a heart attack?  Well - I'll probably be dead... but on the off chance I dont die, this little thing could save my life...

My Road ID bracelet!

Shut up... I know I'm turning 40 this year..

I'm in love with this idea.

They have all kinds of options to buy - material bands, the kind I have which is like the LiveStrong bracelets, that also come in different colors, & even little metal pieces you can just put on your shoes if you want. 

I'm not being compensated in any way to talk about this - I just think its a fabulous idea.  If you're an athlete or even if you're not!

You just put what info you want on it - which mine has my name & they recommend you put the year you were born so the hospital can tell how old you are.  An emergency contact number - which I put two... & any allergies.  I finished mine off with a little bit of Jesus :)  Who doesnt love a little bit of Jesus.  I put a scripture verse that I love that reminds me to PRESS ON!!!

This bracelet was $15.95 - so affordable for something that could seriously potentially save your life.  If you are out on the road doing anything - biking, running, walking... even swimming - please think about getting one. 

... & for anyone that may find me laying in the middle of a road?  Please call 911 FIRST - & then the other numbers :) 


  1. I don't like bracelets but do carry with me a medical info sheet with my medical info on it. It's good to list all the medications you take too--if you are unconscious, you won't be able to tell anyone. I can never remember the names of them or dosage amounts anyway.

  2. When I get to the point of leaving my treadmill, I will have to get one of these.

    When I walk outside, Brad "makes" me carry my cell phone. I hate it, but it's nice that he cares!

  3. This is such a great idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. I love that! When we do the 3-day they make us lanyards with our name, number, allergies, etc. It's a great idea!

    (and I'm with you sister. Us 1971 babies are hitting 40 with a bang!)

  5. that is a great idea.. I am glad you have this.. Have a great day..

  6. this really is a great idea.

    and I have never met anyone else that is allergic to erythromycin!!!

  7. Ok, so I need to tell my marathoning sister about this. She needs one of these.

    I didn't know you were allergic to Eurothomycin. Dak is too. Are you also allergic to Pennycylin (sp?) ? Dak is allergic to both.

    Love you girl ~~ have a Blessed day,

  8. If I'm running and fall over your dead body in the road, I'm going to first, be totally mad. And then I'll check out your cool bracelet.
    I'm wondering what the pros and cons are for having them made for my children. Could anyone one of your followers answer that for me?


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