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Custard Concrete Treats Now At SONIC

End Your Summer With Custard Concrete Treats Now At SONIC

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It’s hard to believe that we’re really coming down to the end of summer. This summer we started with a move closer to the beach. I didn’t realize it would be quite so chaotic but the move did take longer than expected. Also the heat of summer made it an exhausting process and so we spent our time before school started last week just recovering form our move.

That being said we also made opportunities for fun this summer and loved that we did get some time at the beach. Now that we’re ending the end of summer we’re soaking up the last moments we can. We plan on hitting the beach as much as we can and luckily living in Orange County, California we actually can!

We don’t eat out a whole lot but when we do we always try to have fun with it. We like to stop on our way home from a long day the beach. There’s nothing quite like cool ice cream from SONIC after a long hot day at the beach. Right now SONIC has new Custard Concrete which is a creamy and delicious treat. We like to let everyone pick out their own flavors and they have several delicious flavors to pick from. Our oldest loved the Oreo cookie and I was a big fan of the toffee. Custard Concrete Treats Now At SONIC

My favorite moments of summer when I was little was enjoying lunch outside with my sister on a to day. I remember sitting in the cool shade under the tree outside our house. The air smelled like pine and we would just enjoy every little bite. I feel the same way with my girls, as they grow I want them to experience those same memories. I also like that we’re making our own traditions and memories.

You can get the new Custard Concrete at your local SONIC Drive-In.

2 Comments

  1. slehan on August 30, 2017 at 12:40 am

    Is there a giveaway here? Don’t see one.
    slehan at juno dot com



  2. slehan on August 30, 2017 at 12:36 am

    Life is more about memories than things.
    slehan at juno dot com