Friday, April 22, 2011

Mother's Day Give-Away!

Today is your lucky day!

I am giving away 5 Teamotions 50% off coupons for Mother's Day as well as one lucky winner will receive two tins of tea of their choice (one for them and one for mom)!

Many of you have never heard of Teamotions, but it is time you did! Teamotions is the legacy of
my daughters Aubrey and Ellie who sadly left this earth to be with Jesus in July 2008. Their short lives changed my life forever. I'd like to share their legacy with you. Read how Teamotions came to be here.

Teamotions teas are simply my way of comforting others just as I was comforted during the saddest time of my life. I wish I could be there, with you, to offer a hug and a listening ear. However, it is impossible for me to be with everyone everywhere, but I can offer tea. And not just any tea, special tea. Tea created with compassion and blended with amazing herbs called adaptogens that nurture and support our physical and emotional well-being. God has given us many things to help comfort and heal us, I believe tea is one of them.

Teamotions makes a wonderful gift for anyone anytime, but especially for mom on Mother's Day for many reasons. All moms need some TLC and appreciating them just one day a year is not enough. A gift of Teamotions shows your love and appreciation with every cup, over and over, day after day. Teamotions teas also make a thoughtful gift for the mother you know who has lost a child, baby or pregnancy and needs extra sensitivity on Mother's Day. I know first hand how difficult Mother's Day can be after loss and a cup of tea sure soothed my aching heart.

Who can you bless with Teamotions this Mother's Day?

Here is how to enter:

You can enter by leaving a comment on this post and telling me how much your mother deserves Teamotions for Mother's day. Also, you can like our Teamotions facebook page and leave a comment that you did so. You can enter yet another time by visiting our Teamotions website and leaving a comment about something you learned on the site that you didn't know before.

The winners will be picked at random on Wednesday 4/27. You will be notified via a post on this blog announcing the winners and you can claim your prize via email.

Good Luck!!!!

111 comments:

  1. I would love to give my mother Teamotions for Mother's Day but unfortunately she is no longer on this Earth.

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  2. My mother definitely deserves Teamotions for Mother's Day. She is an awesome mom who sacrifices daily for her children and grandchildren. She is a 17 year brain tumor surgery survivor...thankfully, it was benign. I just think she could use some tea when she comes home in the evenings to relax.

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  3. I also liked your Facebook page and visited your website. I had no idea what incredible benefits oatstraw and Schizandra berry have for dealing with stress, anxiety and fatigue. I have struggled with depression for 8 years now and I very intrigued by your tea.

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  4. My mom definitely deserves Teamotions :) She is amazing and I hope to someday be more like her...

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  5. I was just thinking about my mom tonight as we live out of town, wishing that we had more time to connect. Tea would be perfect :) jslowe7205 (at) yahoo (dot) com. Angie Smith sent me your way :)

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  6. My mom is definitely deserving of anything that can bring her rest and peace. She's a hard worker. Less than 2 years from retirement but is still the first to arrive and last to leave work each day. She also does so much for me and for my girls. I've been in remission from cancer for 3 years but it's taken a toll. Because of that she is very much a mom and grandma to them. I am so blessed to have my mom.

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  7. I like Teamotions on Facebook! =)

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  8. As I read about each of the six teas, I was surprised to learn that all of the natural ingredients can have true positive and healthy effects on the mind and body. I'm one who takes many medications, so anything natural is good!

    Also interesting to know that the liver is associated with anger. Definitely an organ that is need of cleansing and restoring!

    By the way, wanted to mention that I was led to your blog from Angie's blog. You have a new reader now. =)

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  9. My mom is a tea lover, and taught me to love tea. She is constantly giving, and loving, and a great encourager (a trait I hope to learn from her). She has weathered many family storms in the last 15 yrs, and now is the time for her to concentrate on herself, and find her own health and healing. This tea would be something she would truly appreciate. And i wouldn't mind some myself.

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  10. this sounds wonderful! what a great product!
    my mom had to deal with me when I was a kid, so she could use a good cup of tea! =)
    praying for your healing.
    blessings,
    tarena

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  11. My mom has always been there for me and even though we don't have the same views on everything, she's always prayed for me and been there when I needed her most.
    I also liked your facebook fan page!
    You are such a blessing,
    Jenna

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  12. my mother is no longer around but there is someone with I can trust and depend on like a mom

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  13. I praise the Lord for a godly mother who always put her children before herself. She is still doing that today as she lovingly gives herself to her many grandchildren.

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  14. My mom is the most amazing grandmother to all 6 of her grandchildren. She lives for them, and will do anything for her 3 kids as well. If I need her, she comes. If I need a shoulder, she's there. She calls and always asks about my son. I also have a wonderful stepmom who doesn't have kids of her own and was thrust into the position of mother/grandmother, and she's done so with grace. Thanks for this giveaway! I'm lucky to have 2 moms to spoil!

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  15. I am actually doubly blessed. My birthmom chose to give me life. She gave me life when in 1979, it would have been much easier to abort me. Instead, she was sent away, gave birth to me at an unwed mother's home and gave me to my mom and dad. I keep in touch with her, and she's a blessing. A true blessing. I think she lives my life through my own three girls. She's kind hearted, has lived through so much (I was her first of so many tragedies). I can't put into a comment what an amazing spirit she has.

    My other mom, my mom, who held my hair as I was sick, held my hand as my heart broke, held my legs as I delivered my first child is the mother any child can dream of. She's got all the "mom" characteristics, but she's not afraid to push me to be better. She's not afraid to tell me to try harder. She's honest and caring but willing to step out on a limb to make me a better woman, wife and mother.

    Like the poster before me, I too am blessed with two moms. If I won, they would get these gifts. You see, as much as I would love it (and hope to sometime try it), they deserve it more. I am only 6 years into my motherhood journey and I am still on a path to being the mom I hope my children remember and respect when they are grown.

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  16. Love it!! Tea is a favorite of mine! Not so much with my Mom (she wasn't around much growing up), but it was a staple in our home and something my grandma and I would share together! She taught me great things, but nothing that can top what she taught me about Jesus!! I'd love to share another cup of tea with her!
    I'd love to like the FB page and check out the website- off to do so!!

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  17. I didn't know Rooibos also helps with sleep. Red Rooibos is one of my favorites (I spent a summer in S. Africa in college- I think this is were I developed my love for the red tea!)! I just thought it was full of minerals and was anti-everything (the bad stuff, anyway, like anti-carcinogenic). Awesome to know! Thanks!!

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  18. Just "liked" your FB page. I love your site, it's very calming just to visit here. I am the mom of 6 children, one in heaven. My own mom has always been a rock for me, and taught me how to be a mom in all the ways that count. As I look forward to the birth of my first Grandchild "Ellie" short for Elizabeth Marie, any day now, I hope that I taught my daughter all the things that count too!

    Thank you for doing this, and sending blessed Easter wishes your way.

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  19. I would love to win! I think every mother deserves some teamotions tea!! Mothering is thee all time greatest blessing! It can be exhausting when you love little people with every ounce of who you are...we could all use a little boost from time to time right?! Blessings!!

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  20. I am 24 weeks pregnant and on bedrest in a hospital 2 hours from home, this is day 12. As I pray for the health of this baby, my mother and mother-in-law have been right there to not just support me, but also my husband at home, busy caring for our 3 year old twins. I picture Saturday mornings, with 3 children playing in the backyard, and we sit happily with a mug of tea or coffee.

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  21. I have a beautiful friend that is carrying her firstborn baby right now. Her and her husband all been grieving and learning to love this baby for months knowing that she is not going to live very long after her birth. I would love to bless her with this tea to remind her that she is thought of, loved, and a mother!

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  22. my mom deserves this gift (as do a lot of moms) for all that she has been through with me. my mom lost her first child at 26 weeks gestation and just over a year later i was born 8 weeks early in 1982. this year she had to help me deliver my 22 week old baby girl, stillborn. watching me go through something very similar as her journey has been very hard and i know that she wishes things could be so different. my mom has always been my rock, and the last 3 months have been no different!! thank you for doing this for our moms!!

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  23. I know a mom going through a great struggle right now who would definitely benefit from this...

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  24. When diagnosed with Alzheimer's my Mom completely gave up her freedom and gladly took care of my sweet Grandmother. For four years she did nothing but make sure she was cared for. Taking care of an Alzheimer/Dementia person is not an easy task. It requires unconditional love for that person, patience like you have never known, faith that you can get through one more day, eating after everyone else because it took a hour to feed her, loss of any personal "me" time and I'm sure many more requirements I have left out! Not once did I hear her complain of any of the above or anything else for that matter. After my Grandmother left this world for a much better place my Mother had a year or so before my Dad was diagnosed with the same thing. For the past almost four years she again has devoted her heart and soul into taking care of him. We take little things for granted like taking a shower, she jumps in and out because she is afraid he will try to leave the house and get lost. It's hard for others to help her because of the routine he is in, if one little thing is different it can really upset him and then make things harder on her. Once again, no complaints coming from her. She is an Angel on earth with a beautiful heart and soul.

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  25. I would actually share this tea with my cousin who lost her baby shortly after birth last fall. She is the strongest mom I know!

    My mom does deserve tea too of course!

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  26. What an awesome idea! My mom could so use this, because it's been a tough year for her. Her father died on Easter Monday last year and it's been a tough year learning to live life without him and caring for her mom as she grieves the loss of her husband of over 60 years.

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  27. I like Teamotions facebook page too.

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  28. My mom would love some Teamotions for Mother's Day, and she definately deserves it. She is the most unselfish person I know, and she is never too busy to be there for her family. Her life hasn't always been easy, but she has stayed faithful to God and her family.

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  29. my mother is in Heaven, but I have a very kind stepmom who deserves to know she matters and I think this gift would show her that!

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  30. My mom needs some Teamotion because she lives far away and it kills her not to see her grandbaby growing up.

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  31. Just "LIKED" y'all on face book !! I think I am "liking" the tea varieties...A~lot !!!

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  32. I do not want to enter. :) I just want to tell you how much I love the beautiful memorial you have set up here in remembrance of your precious girls. I have enjoyed reading about them and am now following your blog.

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  33. I liked Teamotions on FB... and also will be following your blog.

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  34. If I win, I plan to give my Teamotions gift to my sister for Mother's Day. Here is why she deserves Teamotions. She lost her husband to a sudden heart attack this past fall. He was only 37. She gave birth to their second child three months later. She has role-modeled loving and living life fully every day.
    Cherie

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  35. My mom started every morning for all of my life with a cup of tea and her Bible. What a legacy she leaves for me. I like Teamotions on fb as well.

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  36. My mom and MIL are both amazing, work too hard and would love this tea to help them relax!

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  37. I would love to win tea for my sweet mother. She's the BEST! She's is such a dedicated mother to six children and just as much a dedicated grandmother to her 11 grandchildren. She's amazing and I don't know what we'd do without her!

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  38. I have to say, I don't know much about herbs, minerals, teas, etc. so I learned a lot reading about each tea on the website.

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  39. My mom is so supportive. I was diagnosed with end-stage renal failure last year and she has been here when ever I needed her to listen or watch my two boys!

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  40. My mom is my best friend-We work together at our non-profit organization called Margaret's Hope Chest. I have watched my mom grieve and heal over the past 6 years since her mother was murdered in a grocery store parking lot. My mom and I now have taken our tragic story and turned into a ministry to bring HOPE to others--my mom deserves a good cup of tea like yours :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  41. I like you on Facebook now too!!

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  42. My mom LOVES tea and so do I! She is the most amazing mom- after losing our son she stepped in and keep us on our feet until we could do it on our own. She's done this my whole life- always there for us through any storm. She definitely deserves a cup of your lovely tea!!!

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  43. Just liked you on Facebook and I'm your newest fan here on this page- I'm actually #100!!! How cool!

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  44. My mom deserves these teas because she has sacrificed so much for us 3 adult kids.
    She just had surgery and will be laid up for 3 months.....she can't come to visit for a while until she heals. (She lives out of state)

    On January 20 2011 I lost a baby we named Christian Alexander to a miscarriage. He was my 7th child.
    I love tea....I pray to win:)

    Peace and Love,
    Georgiann

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  45. Oh my goodness the Seek Peace, Have Hope, and Enjoy Rest sound so yummy!!!!! I did not know that Oatstraw helped with stress, anxiety, and emotional disturbances....definitely need that to help deal with my grief. Thanks for all the great information!

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  46. I love the idea of teamotions! My mother definitely would love the teas. She has battled cancer three times and has been a Saint while doing it! She also loves tea and is very health conscience after her battles with cancer!!

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  47. My mother raised my sister and I after my dad got sick with a rare form of encephalitis. She has also battled colon cancer and has worked the same job at the same place for 43 years. I want her to be able to put her feet up and sip some tea after all she's done and been through.

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  48. My mom and I are fighting the same disease and she is a constant source of support and encouragement to me.

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  49. I knew nothing about your teas before I visited your website and I am so impressed at the thought behind your line of teas. Love the way you are honoring and remembering your precious little ones.

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  50. My mom definitely deserves some Teamotions Tea! She is the most giving and generous person I know. My mom is always there when I need her. I don't know what I would do without her!

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  51. I just liked your facebook page!

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  52. Today is my parent's 62nd wedding anniversary. Sadly my dad died almost 4 weeks ago (March 28th). They set a wonderful example for both their children and their grandchildren. But the reason why I think my mom deserves the tea is that she was my dad's primary caretaker for the past 4+ years. He had so many things wrong but they both kept going strong - her even taking him out to breakfast just 3 days before he died. For me though, one of the most memorable moments of her care-taking was the night before he died. He was struggling and was agitated. She climbed up on his bed and whispered into his ear and sang to him a song that she/they had sang to their kids and grandkids so many times - "I Love You a Bushel and a Peck". Every single time it would calm him down. I often think of that gift of love she gave to him and to those of us that were fortunate enough to witness it.

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  53. I followed you on Facebook

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  54. I am intrigued by your products. I love tea and as a mom of 4 children on earth and 3 in heaven, I lead a complicated yet fulfilling life that could benefit from a daily tea break.

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  55. I would love to give my mom a tin of your tea for Mother's Day because right now she is dealing with losing her mom and her sister to cancer (they were diagnosed with terminal cancer only a week apart). I can't even begin to imagine how she is feeling right now, because I cannot fathom what it's like to lose your mom. I would love to be able to sit down with my mom, a cup of tea and let her talk as long as she needs to.

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  56. I have two babies in heaven--a long story! 2 miscarriages, one of which occurred after breast cancer treatment and 8 weeks into the pregnancy, had a low-grade fever which turned out to be leukemia FROM the breast cancer tx. Went into a coma, lost the baby (my husband said I frowned when he told me), had to learn to walk again and write my name! Praise the Lord they found ONE person out of 4.8 million for a bone marrow transplant. I'm alive today because of God, and we are parenting a 4 year old adopted from Vietnam. Adopted as a baby, I'm all she has ever known as a Mama. I love tea, and have a friend that is crazy about tea. Thanks for your blog.

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  57. My mom is amazing... she has been an awesome example of faith and she continues to parent my 30 year old brother with Downs Syndrome on a full time basis as he still lives at home.

    andreaandtyler (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  58. "Liked" teamotions on facebook

    andreaandtyler (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  59. Visited your website and learned that teas actually have emotional benefits besides tasting good!

    andreaandtyler (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  60. I would love to sit down with my mother and give her tea for Mother's Day but that will have to wait until I see her again in Heaven. She died of a brain tumor when I was 24 years old. She now is in Heaven and watching my little girl that I lost also at 24 weeks, Peyton Joan. I will be ordering teas for some specially mommy friends of mine. I heard of your blog from Angie at "Bring the Rain." I will be back. God Bless and Happy Easter!
    Love, Erin

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  61. Liked on facebook!
    Love, Erin

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  62. My mother-in-law is like a mother to me. I have more contact with her than my birth mother for complicated reasons. She is my mentor and my confidant. At the age of 85, she is a picture of health and vitality. She has always been very conscious of her health and a lifelong consumer of tea, teas of all sorts and flavors. I would love to share Teamotion with her as a way of saying thank-you for all she has meant to me through the 30 years she has been a part of my life. Most people never appreciate their mother-in-law but God blessed me with one that means the world to me.

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  63. I would live to share this with my mother! After a rocky relationship, we now have a great one, and she is the best nana and mum in-law to my kids and husband.

    (if international entries aren't viable, please feel free to delete this so it doesn't upset your selection process :) )

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  64. I'm entering not for my mother, but for my best friend. Her daughter was born alive last May but died shortly after. The cause of her death is unknown. She loves tea and I would love to give her some of yours. The anniversary of her daughter's death is 6 days after Mother's Day. That will be a tough week for her. I'd love to be able to give her a little something to help.

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  65. My mother is such a wonderful source of inspiration for me. She does so much for others by being a good friend, a wonderful sister, a fabulous wife and the best mother and grandmother that anyone could ask for. She has always been that pillar of strength for our family and many of our friends go to our mother for her impartial views, kind words and loving heart. I am so blessed to have her in my life!

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  66. my mother is selfless and giving of all her time, resources and heart. She has 13 granchildren and is such a source of strenghth to all of us.

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  67. My mom recently entered the "empty nester" phase of her motherhood. Raising 3 girls (28, 26, & 19), this year has been full of her discovering her new "role" as each of us are now on our own. One of our favorite things to do together is drink tea. Right before I moved to Boston, she bought us matching tea pots and mugs so we could have tea from a distance. This would be a perfect addition to our tea times together!

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  68. I would share Teammotions with my sister..We became moms within 6 months of each other..but we live miles apart. Sometimes we call just to talk about mom stuff, sharing a cup of tea over the phone would be a great treat!

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  69. My mom is so very kind and giving to me and her grandchildren. I know one of her favorite things is to sit and relax with a cup of tea every night.

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  70. I liked Teamotions on Facebook.

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  71. I would love to try this tea and share it with my mom - including the touching story behind it.

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  72. I live about 3 hours from my mom, and it's tough because she and I are close. I have a brother with several mental disorders, which my mom has to deal with on a daily basis. I would love to win some Teamotions for her so she can have some comfort and such when I can't be there.

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  73. I also Like Teamotions on Facebook. I love tea, and am always happy to find a new company that makes great tasting tea.

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  74. After visiting your website, I am even more intrigued by your teas! And I may just have to purchase some before you figure out a winner. :-)

    I did not know the liver was the organ associated with anger. And I would love to try all of your blends!

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  75. My mom definitely deserves this tea cause she is battling cervical cancer at this time.

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  76. My Mom deserves to try your Teamotions tea because she is an awesome Mom who always takes care of everybody else BEFORE herself. She loves tea and deserves some pampering just for herself.

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  77. I would love to share Teamotions with my mom this Mother's Day, as we have shared every possible emotion throughout our lives together, and she has wisely helped me navigate them all. Plus, we took a fun, tea-filled trip to London (the first for both of us)before I got married, and this would be the perfect reminder!

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  78. I would love for my mama to win Teamotions. She loves tea. Sitting with a cup in the early morning is one of her joys. My mom is incredible. She is so deserving. She, like many moms has sacrificed so much for all three kids. She just called me today in tears because she is weary. Life has been a bit rough recently with a few devastating extended family issues in addition to financial strain and the closing of my father's company. She may lose her home soon and is in the process of negotiating with the bank, like many others across this nation. But in the midst of it all, she still praises Jesus and trusts in His faithfulness. I know she's going through so much, this is just the tip of the iceburge but a special gift of tea from her daughter who lives over 2,000 miles away would simply bless her socks off. :) I hope I win and if not, maybe I'll just buys some and ship it to her in a little package of comfort. :)

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  79. For some reason my comments aren't posting, not sure why. :-( I apologize if this is a duplicate!

    My mom has been through heck & high water. To this day she is still consistently unappreciated and taken advantage of. Being over 700 miles away keeps me from doing as much as I would like but I love to do everything I can to show her how precious and how strong she really is.

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  80. I have also liked your page on Facebook. I think I'm going to have to try this stuff even if I don't win! ^_^

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  81. I have a friend I work with, who lost her 4-yr. old daughter in a car wreck. She's still grieving. I'd love to bless her with this tea.

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  82. Yay! My mom taught me to be strong, positive, love life and work hard. She is my hero.

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  83. This would be the perfect gift for my sister (a doctor and mom of 4). Even though she has it all, a little hug in a cup is always needed.

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  84. what a beautiful thing to create in honor of your daughters.

    My mom is one of my best friends. She is a voice of reason and sounding board for me when I need it. She has alway drank tea and only recently have I discovered why she has done it. Now I am starting that tradition myself.

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  85. I just learned from the Teamotions site that the liver is the organ associated with anger. Wow. And even better is that Dandelion root and milk thistle cleanse, support, and restore the liver and foster emotional well-being. Very interesting indeed.

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  86. I would love to introduce my mom to Teamotions. We live far from each other and it would be nice to be a part of her day when she brews a cup of tea. Blessings, Terri S. in AZ

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  87. My mom deserves this because she is such a wonderful lady and so supportive!

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  88. I also "liked" your page on facebook!

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  89. The vanilla earl grey sounds divine! I would love to share it with my mom...she is NOT a tea drinker, just won't give it the chance. My Mom just had knee replacement and a few years ago had major back surgery. She could use some relaxation time!
    MelissaG
    lizzieborden_20(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  90. This sounds like an absolutely perfect gift for my Mother-in-law, Grandmother and Sister-in-Law as they are all tea drinkers and have converted me as well.

    Your story is precious and I pray you be blessed every day with love, laughter, happiness, peace and joy. You've made your little girls proud by what you are doing...simply beautiful!

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  91. My mom loves tea and as a woman who has five daughters she deserves some relaxation and as a mom of two so do I :)

    Brittany stubbs
    mbbmstubbs@yahoo.com

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  92. I liked you on Facebook :)

    Brittany stubbs
    mbbmstubbs@yahoo.com

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  93. I loved the site and learned that the company was started after the lossof the sweet twins... you are a strong woman. Thanks for sharing
    Your story and teas!

    Brittany stubbs
    mbbmstubbs@yahoo.com

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  94. I would love to give my mother-in-law Teamotions for Mother's day. She loves tea and it would be a beautiful gift in honor of her first grandson who was still born.

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  95. OH my email is beccaroosma@yahoo.com !!!

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  96. I lost our daughter in March. Forever changed my life as well.

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  97. My Mom has had a long and hard year caring for my Dad who suffered a traumatic brain injury on May 24th 2010. She soo deserves to improve her emotional health. Plus I just love her sooo much she is the best.

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  98. My mom is seriously such a caring and loving mom and has sacrificed so much to raise my sisters and I that she so deserves this tea!

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  99. My mom and I definitely need to share a cup of tea. She definitely deserve it for all that she has gone through.

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  100. I also just liked your facebook page! (Sam Nye)

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  101. And last but not least (considering the giveaway closes in 20 mins!), I really liked that you website had the Did You Know? section for each tea. I found this part very interested: "The liver is the organ associated with anger. Dandelion root and milk thistle cleanse, support, and restore the liver and foster emotional well-being. Neem leaf relieves anxiety and stress and the chai spices stimulate circulation and promote the movement of stagnant energy in the body." Not only that, but the Roobios Coconut Chai is also caffiene free. Sounds like my cup of tea (pun intended)!

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