This post is sponsored by McDonald’s. All opinions are my own. #McDelivery
It’s so easy to feel lost during this time. My kids went to school one day in March this past Spring and didn’t realize that when they said bye to friends and teachers that it would be the last time they would see them for a while. It through my normalcy out the window, as all of us feel I’m sure. So when there are little glimpses of the normal life we used to I live, we embrace them, cherish them even. When I get the chance to give my kids a little bit of that normal back and I see big smiles on their faces, it means the world to me. That’s why I am so happy to be partnering with McDonald’s McDelivery for Hispanic Heritage Month. McDonald’s McDelivery makes it so easy and safe to get our favorite warm meals, even through the stay-at-home orders in my community.
Through McDonald’s “Smiles Delivered and Communities Served” campaign, I am helping provide food for families in my community. Their goal of their program is to do just that, to help me deliver smiles and serve my community.
McDonald’s McDelivery allows customers to celebrate moments of togetherness with friends, family and co-workers. I’ll be sharing over on social media just how easy it is to order using McDonald’s McDelivery and I can’t wait to deliver some smiles and meals to some families in my community. What a wonderful campaign!
McDonald’s Restaurants in South Central Texas are open, serving customers, and providing a moment of relief with a hot meal to feed those working to keep us safe and healthy. Restaurants are open to serve customers through the McDelivery, Mobile Order and Pay, Drive Thru and takeout.