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Barbara Fouquet says ...
Would send to my son or daughter
12/09/2011 1:48:02 PM CST
Cricket says ...
I would like to share this with my niece. I lost my mother under tragic circumstances this past summer and if it were not for my niece I would have probably lost my mind and heart to go on living. She provided me with the comfort and grieving ear that I needed so much during this time of hardship. I have no more parents, or real family except my niece now and I thank God that she loves me no matter what may come. She deserves the best of everything in life and I'll do whatever I can to make it happen for her.
12/09/2011 6:01:17 PM CST
DOREEN UNGER says ...
My friends at work love fruit, since we are all on diets, that would be a perfect treat.
12/09/2011 7:41:17 PM CST
Vivian Willard says ...
My Dad's health is not good yet he is still able to live alone. I would enjoy sharing satsumas with him, knowing he would be able to enjoy them long after my holiday visit.
12/09/2011 9:13:14 PM CST
Virginia Lee says ...
I would share Satsumas with my son Mike. He is grown and living across the country from me and there is no-one to put them in his Christmas stocking.
12/09/2011 9:15:45 PM CST
Josephine says ...
I would share with my kids because they love peeling them and taking them apart one by one.
12/09/2011 9:16:34 PM CST
maryann says ...
Rather than eat every yummy one myself, I will be generous and share some with my husband!
12/10/2011 3:58:21 AM CST
Jeffrey says ...
I would share them with family and treat guests at my Christmas party.
12/10/2011 4:12:47 AM CST
heather fox says ...
i would share with my granddaughter
12/10/2011 4:59:01 AM CST
Maria says ...
I would send them to my wonderful daughter. She is the most thoughtful person you would ever know. My daughter live in Texas and does not get a chance to have such delicious fruit. We live 1500 miles apart and I miss her everday. She is a people person and would do anything to help someone in need. I know she would love to have these and I'm sure she would want to share them with everyone she knows.
12/10/2011 5:00:41 AM CST
Rosanna says ...
I would share them with my family and friends. my kids love them!!
12/10/2011 8:39:59 AM CST
Sandi Carmack says ...
I would share with my daughter! She would give them to the homeless shelter in her town. She is a very conscientious young woman! She believes in caring for this planet and all the being that live here, people and animals. I'm so proud of her!!!
12/10/2011 9:02:39 AM CST
Lucy says ...
I would share with our cadet. She is a very focused,dedicated young person who is very aware of eating in a healthy way. As hard as the cadets work, I would like to share some friendship and a healthy and happy treat with her.
12/10/2011 10:07:22 AM CST
April says ...
I'd share with five very special coworkers and my parents b/c of all the giving & sharing these people have shown me.
12/10/2011 9:53:31 AM CST
DiPietro Family says ...
We would shared with 1st Lieutenant Jennifer Dymicki and the men in her unit. They are stationed in Afganistan this Christmas and I think this would be a nice way to share some of the smells and tastes of home with them.
12/10/2011 12:52:17 PM CST
Elif says ...
They are such friendly fruits! Recently I found the best new place to share a little tart sweet happy citrus baby; after a law school final with my fellow students - stressed, regretful, tired, stressed (yes, twice), and then sharing around the segments of a little teeny fruit, so that everyone in the group has a communal piece of delish happiness rather than fretfulness to share with each other - makes for a totally different gathering, magically transformed. Good save; thanks tiny citrus.
12/10/2011 1:44:34 PM CST
Sharon Lovoy says ...
My dad! He has diabetes and fruit is his last sweet treat!
12/10/2011 2:55:38 PM CST
Mary Ann Morris says ...
My daughter and her husband have a new baby who does not like her crib. She sleeps only in someone's arms. At night, one parent sleeps while the other holds their little bundle of cuteness. Then they switch. Since they are suffering from sleep deprivation, they are more susceptible to getting sick, so I would share my Satsumas with my daughter and son-in-law. Not only are those scrumptious little fruits sweet and juicy; they have lots of Vitamin C for fighting illness. The best way to keep the baby from getting sick is to keep her parents healthy.
12/10/2011 3:44:52 PM CST
Teresa H says ...
Love, love, love Satsumas!!! I would definitely share them with my mom. Every year, it's a search for satsumas around this time of the year. She loves them as much as I do!
12/10/2011 5:26:10 PM CST
Joyce Marks says ...
I'd share these on Christmas Eve with my grandkids and their parents. I love doing something new for them, that is not candy, but just as tasty.....Fresh mint, Satsumas, and a few Kiwis.Yum
12/11/2011 4:51:11 PM CST
Amanda O says ...
I would share my satsumas with my son who is just discovering citrus, and my parents, who are hosting us for the holidays! Thank you mom and dad!
12/11/2011 3:04:51 PM CST
Abigail says ...
I have already started to share. When we had the 1 day sale, I bough a few boxes and passed them on to our local food bank. I kept a few for a trip I was taking and gave the rest to family & friends. I think everyone enjoyed them!
12/11/2011 12:37:10 PM CST
Kimberly Ciesla says ...
I would love to gift some satsumas to my Mother-in-law Rose. She has lived a very health conscious lifestyle affording her to live a long life up the ripe old age of 97. Amazingly to me and our friends and family she is still very sharp and keen and able to live on her own in her own home with some assistance via my hubby and me. I shop weekly for her and she always has the most healthiest food items requests on her shopping list. I am always amazed at how healthy her appetite still is and how much she loves her fresh fruits and veggies. Must be the key to living a long and fruitful life?! :) <3 @ciesla504
12/10/2011 8:24:37 PM CST
Liza Berdnik says ...
I would share them with my fellow sleep technologists. Satsumas are a great energizing and hydrating snack without the caffeine.
12/10/2011 7:33:26 PM CST
Barbara says ...
I would share with my friend Sally, because she missed the sale!
12/10/2011 6:39:13 PM CST

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