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kimberly rutledge says ...
I'd give it to my mom ;)
12/13/2011 2:45:21 AM CST
Dennis P. Vieira says ...
This is the time of year for giving and despite my being out of work for the past 15 months we are still trying to uphold our tradition of helping others, my childern , my wife and I try to seek out families to help and put a smile on their face. what better way to do that than with some beautiful Satsumas to share with another family. I would encorage everyone to pick a needy family and bring them some joy this season. everyone goes though a hard time and what a blessing to put a smile on someones face when they are hurting. they will feel the love when they see you care !
12/11/2011 6:15:50 PM CST
JeanneMarie says ...
Well, even though it's too late to win the satsumas, I've already won in having the memory of sharing them with my big brother, Jay and his daughter/my niece, Katie. Love them both so very much and I'm grateful for every memory we have together!
12/15/2011 2:07:46 AM CST
Pamela says ...
Want to Share with my 82 year old MOM She wants to eat more fruit & veg to feel younger & more full of energy (vim & vigger in her words)!
12/11/2011 6:59:24 PM CST
PDB says ...
Just like lots of moms, I'd send them to my child. He's living in a different city with his first (low-paying) job since graduating from college. I saw his fridge over Thanksgiving and know it's pretty bare. He's figuring out how to live on his own and I worry sometimes that he doesn't eat like he should. I know he's lucky to be working, even part-time, and it's something he needs to figure out how to do himself, but i worry anyway. He could throw a couple in his pocket to eat on his way to work or when he needs a healthy snack.
12/06/2011 11:12:38 AM CST
Jule says ...
The big holidays are the only time my whole family gets together as my sisters and I are dispersed over three states. We all love to eat healthy, which, believe me, it not the easiest thing to do when your tempted by all the other sweets of the season. I would like to share with my sisters as we come together and celebrate having each other :)
12/06/2011 7:29:45 PM CST
Melody C. says ...
I would share satsumas with my family and, providing any left over, with our Sunday school class.
12/09/2011 10:58:10 PM CST
Amanda says ...
I would share with my mom.
12/06/2011 8:12:47 AM CST
j.J says ...
I'd give them to my best friend. He needs the pick me up effects of fresh oranges, the aroma while peeling and the vitamin C et. al while eating. I gave him some of the box I bought during the Friday special to take to work as a snack.
12/06/2011 8:17:16 AM CST
Debbie Welchert says ...
I would love to share them with my grandchildren. What could healthier then fruit for my babies.
12/09/2011 1:34:14 AM CST
Vanessa C. says ...
I would share with my baby son :) Because I think this is the time he gets some good vitamin C in him to avoid getting sick.
12/09/2011 9:29:28 AM CST
Gisele says ...
Instead of processed sugary treats I would share them with my son's 2nd grade class.
12/06/2011 5:53:50 PM CST
Brenda says ...
I would share them with some dear friends who love them as much as I do, which is a LOT! And it's the perfect time of year to consume the in-season citrus fruit with so much vitamin C.
12/06/2011 6:16:50 PM CST
Barry Rice says ...
I would love to share them with my dad, who had a heart attack last month and is now making significant changes to his diet. He's always loved oranges and fresh fruit is great for him to eat. Now would be the perfect year to wish him well for the holidays and the new year.
12/06/2011 6:17:31 PM CST
Lindsey says ...
I would give them to my mom. She is a cancer survivor and has recently been reading up on the health benefits of raw foods. I think she would love these perfectly delicious little snacks!
12/06/2011 10:49:05 PM CST
CRYSTAL says ...
I would share with two people my mother whom lives in a cold climate and has a hard time getting fresh fruit of any kind, and broward outreach center whom provides food and shelter for so many whom have lost their homes.
12/07/2011 6:55:16 PM CST
Harriet S. says ...
Citrus in winter is a welcome and healthy treat! Would welcome a box to supplement my diet, and would want the other box to go to a Buddhist Monastery where meditators are surviving on donations. Thanks for offering this vibrant and delicious treat!
12/08/2011 3:48:26 AM CST
Jerri says ...
I would share my satsumas with my father who used to be in the fruit and produce business.He is now 88 years old and is directly responsible for turning me into a vegan.He has always had a heart of gold and does a lot for everyone he cares about.Iwould also share with my husband,his sister,our friend Bob who gives us things from his garden as well as his mom and other friends as well as our 2 letter carriers.I would also share with my cousins who had us over for a special gluten free vegan lunch.
12/08/2011 6:50:45 AM CST
Sara Jane Kurpeski says ...
I would love to share these with my mother. Growing up her family had lots of children and very little money. Every Christmas morning she would wake up and run to her stocking and dig down to the bottom and grab her favorite present. A big juicy orange. To this day we still make sure she has an orange in her stocking:)
12/09/2011 6:25:18 AM CST
Coleen W says ...
Well without saying my husband and dog (he loves them), and my sisters, nieces and nephews. But with the other box (like I do with a lot of fruit - especially when I can get a good price) I will drive by the area close to my house and give them to the homeless and destitute - we just did that with boxes of oatmeal... we got some crazy looks - but I think they enjoyed them.
12/09/2011 8:24:38 AM CST
Susan says ...
I would share them with my husband, my children, and my Dad!
12/09/2011 7:03:23 AM CST
Jennifer Moore says ...
With my Dad of course, he is always buying and sharing with us, he's so great. I would love to give back a little blessing to him.
12/09/2011 9:37:11 AM CST
Rebecca C. says ...
I'd share them with my parents. They are constantly doing things for us and their grandchildren, and it would be nice to give back for all they do for their family.
12/09/2011 9:38:00 AM CST
Stephanie says ...
I would share them with my mother-in-law, because last year she dubbed Christmas the "holiday of citrus" and gave us a beautiful basket full of citrus and homemade preserves. I would love this tradition to stick!
12/09/2011 9:46:40 AM CST
Diane says ...
I would share them with the children who come for therapy for birth related trauma.
12/10/2011 11:39:26 AM CST

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