do you share your gift that you recieve to your family?

South Korea
May 25, 2009 4:58pm CST
one of my friends always ask favor from me...she is very thankful that we became friends...she always mention it to her husband.,her husband owns a farm and he also working on the naturalherb friend mention that sometimes her husband bring a gensing from the mountain..more expensive than the red gensing..i told her that i love see that kind of ginseng..but in my surprised my friend called me that she will visit my house together with his husband and they are giving me a mountain gensing.. me and my husband was very glad to see i ask my husband to share it to my inlaws and they are very happy to have it too..
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3 responses
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
25 May 09
Good morning, marketing friend. It is nice of your friend to send so nice gifts as ginseng, which is very expensive, to you in return for your help. To answer your question, I share my gifts I receive with my family like white tea, a local tea, which is famous. Each time my students give boxes or bags of white tea, I would share with my family. My father-in-law and my brother-in-law love tea as much as I do. I always share it with them. They appreciate it a lot. Have a good day and enjoy your ginseng to begin the day with.
• China
5 Jan 10
Thanks so much for the best response, marketing friend.
• India
26 May 09
Sharing is good and I do the same but certainly I dont share all the gifts which comes on my way. Some are special and those are for special people only.
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
25 May 09
It's great to share things with friends and family, especially when it's a gift that will benefit everyone. I'm sure that your in laws will enjoy it, but what about your family as well! Your friends are very generous people! I usually offer my things if I do not need them as I think it's better then throwing them away, as for gifts I love to share those as well. My fiance and I are getting married soon and hopefully will be able to gift everyone come christmas.