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Sheen says ...
I would put satsumas by my front door. It is to bring good luck for the new year. So anyone who visits may also have that too!
12/08/2011 2:48:55 AM CST
Sara says ...
I would share with my boyfriend who is applying for his PhD and getting ready to host his parents from Korea. His mom always serves me fruit whenever I see her, so I'd love for us to share these with her.
12/08/2011 2:53:18 AM CST
Kathleen says ...
I would share Satsumas with my friend from China. She has not been in our country very long and I would like to share a Christmas tradition that I remember with her. My stepfather would make a big deal about having oranges at Christmas and I always wondered why. I came to find out that he grew up very poor and to have an orange at Christmas was a treat that they looked forward to every year. This continues to remind me,(after 50 years) how fortunate I am and how much I have to be thankful for each year.
12/08/2011 2:20:10 AM CST
Phoenix says ...
I'd share these with my mom, who hasn't had satsumas in winter for a long time.
12/08/2011 3:09:33 AM CST
Bill says ...
I would share them with as many persons that the 13 pounds would reach!
12/08/2011 8:35:17 AM CST
Angel says ...
I would share these with my daughter. She just graduated from college and was not able to find a job like many young graduates. But she kept her spirits up and decided not to let it steal her joy and took what day jobs she could until finally she was called for a full time position 3 weeks ago. So being the sunshine for others and making others feel good came back to her with her new job. This reminds me of how citrus fruits makes us all feel in the midst of winter time like a breathe of sunshine whenever you eat them! :)
12/08/2011 8:37:35 AM CST
Susan Robenalt says ...
I would share these with my 2 dogs. They love Satsumas. Everytime that I start to peel one of these, they are at my feet begging for some. I love this fruit!
12/08/2011 7:12:22 AM CST
Linda Wright says ...
I'd share with my sister and brother-in-law who live in Miss. They are crazy about satsumas. They usually drive to New Orleans, LA (where my brother-in-law's family lives) to buy satsumas, but are not able to make the trip this year. I'd also share with my 88 year old day--he loves satsumas, as well as my two grandkids.
12/08/2011 7:12:47 AM CST
Pat O says ...
I would like to share satsumas with my work out pals. Here is what they share with me: recipes, restaurant reviews, fitness tips, encouragement and cheer. It's a friendly group that I only see at the gym. They have earned satsumas in their stockings this year.
12/08/2011 8:10:56 AM CST
lulujohnboy says ...
On May 27th of this year, a devastating tornado totally raveged our town of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. So much destruction. If any one has seen a war zone,they know what I am talking about. I would be honored to share satsumas with the children from the hardest hit areas. I work for the Public Health Dept. here and we are trying to gather toys for these children but some will not get anything. A satsuma would put a big smile on the face of these children who have nothing. Thank you.
12/08/2011 8:20:28 AM CST
Rowena says ...
I love sharing satsuma's with my two sons. It's hard to keep them eating healthy but when it comes to satsuma's, we all love them!
12/08/2011 9:28:25 PM CST
Cat says ...
there are musicians on the beach/pier who play their hearts away for a coin and recognition..why not something delicious to eat!
12/08/2011 9:15:07 AM CST
Bridgette Work says ...
My little boy Jake is my partner in crime when it comes to citrus fruits. He is two years old and can peel his own clementine. Every afternoon when I pick him up from school he sits in the backseat peeling his "little oranges". Such a sweet sight! I would love to be able to share these with him.
12/08/2011 9:21:44 AM CST
Lindsay says ...
I would most definitely share these with my 18 month old son!! He absolutely loves these Satsumas!!!
12/08/2011 9:16:41 AM CST
Manuela says ...
I would share them with my two daughters ages 1 and 11. They can't get enough of them and we eat at least six per day among the three of us!! So scrumptious and yummy!!
12/08/2011 9:16:54 AM CST
Rhonda says ...
Oh, how my family and I love Satsumas! My 3 girls take them to school in their lunch everyday. Their friends are always so excited when they are peeling them. The scent is so sweet when they are being peeled. Their friends eagerly wait for a slice. Sometimes my girls will take 2 in their lunch just so they have some for themselves. I would like share a box with a great friend of mine. She has 5 wonderful children. She is a friend that is always there for you, even with her crazy busy schedule. She is awesome and she would LOVE to recieve such a special gift to share with her family.
12/07/2011 9:10:00 PM CST
Em says ...
I would share them with my family! We could probably finish a box in a single day--they are so delicious!
12/08/2011 9:19:39 AM CST
Karen says ...
I will share them with my second family at our anual Winter Solstice party... a little sunshine to bring back the sun :-)
12/08/2011 10:23:38 AM CST
Daniel says ...
I would share them with my friend Cindy, she is on disability and is having trouble coming up with gifts for people. I tell her she should just worry about herself and her son, but she insists, maybe she could use them to make little gift baskets up for people she insists giving gifts to.
12/08/2011 10:09:17 AM CST
Kay says ...
I'd share these with my parents- we all love these in the winter!!
12/08/2011 10:13:46 AM CST
Deana Scott says ...
I would love to share these with some very nice people who were our neighbors before we moved to Carmichael. They live on a VERY limited income and cannot afford a luxury of this type. And my box, of course would be shared with my 3 beautiful granddaughters. The first thing they do when they arrive at our house is head to the kitchen to see what's in grammies fruitbowl.
12/08/2011 10:16:09 AM CST
Barb says ...
I would give them to the people at the Hospice Facility that took care of my mother before she passed away. They were so kind and compassionate that they deserve something spectacular!!
12/08/2011 10:41:23 AM CST
Nancy Maguire Rambo says ...
Hi, I would share my satsumas with my friend Jaime, who is having an operation this coming Monday. She does not have one selfish bone in her body. She is always doing for others, and it seems to be her goal in life to make sure people are happy. I am often the recipient of her generosity. She also loves fruit and good healthy food. I think she and her large family would really enjoy the satsumas. Knowing her though, she would find another person who is more deserving, and she would give them away and that's okay. Nancy Maguire Rambo
12/08/2011 10:44:33 AM CST
Evy Nelson says ...
I'd use my satsumas to create a fun recipe to share during our Holiday party. Then we'd distribute the remaining satsumas to our Habitat for Humanity family partners as a tasty take-home treat/ party favor!
12/08/2011 10:48:01 AM CST
Barb says ...
I would love to send a box of these to my parents in NJ. We used to take trips to FL every year to visit my grandmother. My dad always had to stop and get a great box of citrus to bring back home. I'm sure he would love it!
12/08/2011 10:49:41 AM CST

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