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Sarena Marvin says ...
I would share with my mom and dad. They always do so much and watch not only my kids but my niece and nephew after school. What a great afternoon snack!
12/12/2011 7:52:04 PM CST
Juanita says ...
I'd share them with the neighborhood kids who should eat more fruit and vegetables and less fast food.
12/12/2011 8:12:50 PM CST
Helen Mwaluko says ...
I would share it with my brother. He's autistic and enjoys so many things and has the funniest observations. I thank god for him everyday.
12/12/2011 8:20:41 PM CST
Tamra Bolles says ...
I would share with the volunteers at the Women's Shoppe at Kennestone Hospital. These ladies have become more than friends to me; they've embraced me like family, and for this reason, I've been able to weather some really tough times lately. It would be my way of thanking them for being so sweet to me. I don't think they'll ever know what a huge difference they've made in my life just by opening up their hearts to me. I lost my grandmother last year at Christmas, and getting to know them has made that loss easier, especially now. Getting to know them, has made me happier.
12/12/2011 9:11:09 PM CST
Tara says ...
My 86 year old grandmother. She would love Satsumas as part of the Christmas Eve feast she still makes for her family.
12/12/2011 9:28:49 PM CST
hillary says ...
I am a teacher of the deaf at a middle school, and I would bring them in to share with my students. The fragrance and tactile experience would be great! :D
12/12/2011 9:56:15 PM CST
Elvy Barroso says ...
My four year old granddaughter is picky when it comes to fruits but I think she will love the sweetness of satsumas. I would like her to try some.
12/12/2011 10:25:08 PM CST
Alma says ...
I grew up in Soviet Union and satsumas were possible to get only before Christmas. My mom would stand in the queue for hours to put satsumas under the Christmas tree. That's why my Christmas always smells like satsumas. I would wanna to share them with my aunt, who also spent hours standing in queque for one reason - to get satsumas!
12/12/2011 10:47:09 PM CST
Deepa says ...
I'd share them with my hubby because he is so sweet!
12/12/2011 10:48:28 PM CST
emilee says ...
My mother ;)She buys them every year and deserves all the gifts she gets since she is always the one giving year round.
12/12/2011 10:54:09 PM CST
Ayoka says ...
I would share with my mom!! She is always giving to other and not expecting anything in return, it's just her nature. So I would like to give her a nice gift like this.
12/12/2011 11:03:54 PM CST
CJ says ...
I would like to win a box of sumatas for myself and my vegan friend Melody. I have recently been diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure and manadarin oranges are one thing I can eat. I think sumatas are like mandarin oranges. My friend Melody is the friend who has showed most concern and care during my illness. Thank you and Merry Christmas.
12/12/2011 11:34:33 PM CST
Patricia says ...
I'd share with my husband who has heart disease. They'd give him a healthy boost for the winter. Also, I'd share with our good friend who has been sick often over the past few months.
12/13/2011 12:11:20 AM CST
Tabitha says ...
Definitely would share with my daughter. She just turned one, and she LOVES satsumas. Also, with my other alternative parenting/whole foods/organic/all natural mother's group and their kiddos :)
12/13/2011 12:28:26 AM CST
Melissa says ...
I would share with the my daughters second grade teacher who is battling breast cancer. She never lets it get her down. She always has a smile on her face and is making such a difference in so many lives. She is hands down the most amazing teacher that I have ever met!
12/13/2011 1:24:55 AM CST
elizabeth rutledge says ...
my parents!
12/13/2011 2:43:17 AM CST
kimberly rutledge says ...
I'd give it to my mom ;)
12/13/2011 2:45:21 AM CST
Kristina Nungaray says ...
When I was a kid, our family did not have a lot of money, but one of my favorite memories is picking oranges and various other fruits with my grandmother. It was an inexpensive hobby and a healthy treat. My grandmother is 87 years old, and not in the greatest health, but I know it would put a smile on her face to receive a box of satsumas!
12/13/2011 7:55:53 AM CST
Jean says ...
I would share my box with my daughters and granddaughter - we are love them. I would also share them with the International students that we host (6, this year) so they could enjoy a sweet taste, good health, and a great snack while studying for their finals. And I don't want to forget the traditional 'orange' in the bottom of the Christmas stocking, Oh, and some for Santa, too. As you can see, I need a whole box of these wonderful treasures so that I don't forget anyone else.
12/13/2011 8:11:23 AM CST
Nicole says ...
I would share a box with my personal trainer and his other clients! Just as sweet but a lot better for us than all the cookies and sweets we are inundated with throughout the holidays!
12/13/2011 8:26:25 AM CST
jan H says ...
My family has always taken a box of these when we go to our very old friends and neigbors for Thanksgiving. Our families have been friends since our children were very little. We lived in new York then and they still do. Now there are grandchildren. The box of satsumas used to disappear throughout the course of the day.
12/13/2011 9:02:45 AM CST
Jayna says ...
I would bring them to our weekly game night to share with my friends!
12/13/2011 9:13:20 AM CST
Shani Manor says ...
I would share my box with my husband and neighbors!
12/13/2011 9:17:11 AM CST
Regina Schantz says ...
Would love to share a box with my friend and her 4 children. Nice to have a Sweet, Healthy snack around at this time of year.
12/13/2011 9:49:39 AM CST
debra olinde says ...
This is the first year that my daughter will not be with me at Christmas. Since I can not give her good wishes in person, I would love to give her the sweetness of satsumas to with her a healthy, happy and sweet Christmas and New Year!
12/13/2011 10:13:28 AM CST

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