The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 6

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 6

On the sixth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

6.  Trivia Questions

The word is year.

1.  The day we make resolutions.

2.  Someone can only be 10-years-old and yet look 40 if they are born during this time period.

3.  In China, 2013 is referred to as this…

4.  This word is defined as having an intense longing for something.

5.  The name for a young animal that just had its first birthday.

6.  When a company annually closes its books.

Scroll down for the answers!

 

 

 

Answers:

1.  New Year’s Day

2.  Leap Year

3.  The Year of the Snake

4.  I’m yearning to see you.

5.  A yearling

6.  Fiscal year end

 

So to review…on the sixth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

6.  Trivia Questions

 

5.  Sugar Free Selections

4.  Brownie Assortments

3.  Community

2.  Sweet and Salty

1.  And a Message from a Pear Tree

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 5

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 5

On the fifth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

5.  Sugar Free Selections

Free!  Don’t you love the sound of it?  Just add the word sugar, and you’ve never tasted anything sweeter.

Carepackage is committed to bringing you an even wider selection of sugar-free delights to sugarcoat your day. Diabetics will appreciate our picturesque gift baskets full of gourmet goodness.

Pamper them with:

  1. Quality
  2. Deliciousness
  3. Picturesque presentations
  4. Love
  5. Thoughtfulness

On the fifth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

5.  Sugar Free Selections

4.  Brownie Assortments

3.  Community

2.  Sweet and Salty

1.  And a Message from a Pear Tree

The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 4

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 4

On the fourth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

4.  Brownie Assortments

Welcome to our elite cacao tree huggers club!  Swirl together love and chocolate for an unmatched cacao experience on Valentine’s Day. Taste the deliciousness in every bite.

1.  Be My Valentine Brownies

It just takes a little deductive reasoning to figure out the superlative present for your special someone…You’re sure to be dubbed “Sweetheart of the Year” for giving such an enchanting chocolatey gift.

2.  Brownie Love

It’s love at first sight (and taste!) with our Brownie Love Giftpack. Double their delight with all 12 exquisite flavors of our snack-size brownie sprites.

3.  Send Love With Taste Carepack

What better way to Send Love than with bite-size brownie magic morsels nestled inside a beautifully designed Valentine’s Day gift box?

4.  Sweethearts Cookie & Brownie Giftbox

Delicious, chewy cookies snuggled next to enchanting flavors of snack-size brownie sprites are tucked inside our classic gift box and wrapped in a beautiful Valentine’s Day band. Will you be our valentine?

We’ll leave you now so you can spend some quality time with our mutual friend, Chocolate.

So…on the fourth day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

4.  Brownie Assortments

3.  Community

2.  Sweet and Salty

1.  And a Message from a Pear Tree

The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 3

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 3

On the third day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

3.  Community

You + us = Send love.  We package it, you send it, they receive it.  Join our Care conversations by clicking on the links below.

We’re a team!  Together, let’s send love to your VIPs!

Care Channel

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Be our friend

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So let’s review:  On the third day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

3.  Community

2.  Sweet and Salty

1.  And a Message from a Pear Tree

The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 2

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The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 2

On the second day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

2.  Sweet and Salty

Who needs sweets when you crave salty satisfactions?  Did you know there are five main tastes?

  1. Sweet (pass the sugar)
  2. Bitter (coffee)
  3. Sour (fruits like oranges, lemons and grapes)
  4. Salty (pass the salt)
  5. Umami (savory/meaty taste).

You may have noticed that in the candy community, companies are starting to promote products that merge the sweet and salty experience—such as dark chocolate and sea salt, salted toffee caramels, etc.

Why this new combination?  Because 40% of your main tastes can be satisfied in one bite.

Whichever taste bud wants its way, Carepackage is ready to give Sweet and Salty…

1.  And a Message from a Pear Tree.

The 12 Days of Christmas – Day 1

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The 12 Days of Christmas officially begin today!

On the first day of Christmas, Carepackage gave to me…

1.  A Message from a ____ Tree

I come from the genus Pyrus.  My family finds its roots in the Rosaceae family.  You can pick tasty fruit from my branches or grow me as an ornamental tree.  For partridges and people, I’m the perfect pick.

If you’d lived in the days of ancient Greece, your mother would have treated your nausea with my fruit—not the BRAT diet.  You’ll not only get fiber and vitamin C from me, but TLC too.

Carepackage and I make the perfect pair.  Carepackage packs and ships daily from its grower’s warehouse located in the nutrient-rich volcanic soils of Oregon’s fertile Hood Valley, the nation’s champion exporter of winter pears.  Yumm…

Hope to see you soon!

Brimming with sunshine,

A Carepackage Pear Tree

Tinseltown Trivia – The Word Is Holly

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MERRY CHRISTMAS from your friends at American Carepackage!

Here’s the final installment for our Tinseltown Trivia!

The word is: Holly.

1.  The word “holly” is shortened in this popular Christmas greeting.

2.  “Jingle bells will jingle all the way, all day” in this prickly song.

3.  Johnny Marks wrote “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer” as well as this Christmas favorite.

4.  It’s “a time to be jolly” with these holiday decorations, according to a Bing Crosby song.

5.  You’ll sing about the sunrise and the running deer in this Christmas carol.

We don’t want to keep you in suspense on Christmas Day, so if you scroll down a little lower you’ll find the answers to both yesterday’s and today’s trivia.  MERRY CHRISTMAS!

 

“Christmas” answers:

1.  “Mele Kalikimaka” (Merry Christmas)

2.  “Christmas in Killarney”

3.  “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”

4.  “Blue Christmas”

5.  “Christmas Eve”

 

“Holly” answers:

1.  “Happy Holidays!”

2.  “Pine Cones and Holly Berries”

3.  “A Holly Jolly Christmas”

4.  “With the mistletoe and holly and a hap-hap-happy face.”

5.  “The Holly and the Ivy”

Tinseltown Trivia – The Word Is Christmas…again!

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We started off this Tinseltown Trivia series with the word ChristmasIn honor of Christmas Eve today, the keyword Christmas is making a comeback.

1.  This song tells us “the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas day.”

2.  “And Santa Claus, you know of course, is one of the boys from home” in this song.

3.  Judy Garland introduced this Christmas song in the musical Meet Me in St. Louis.

4.  Elvis Presley is credited for making this song a rock-and-roll holiday classic.

5.  Celine Dion sings this song about “all my dreams are coming true tonight” on her album These Are Special Times.

Here are the answers to yesterday’s trivia:

“Snow” answers:

1.  “Love Me Some Snow”

2.  Frosty the Snowman

3.  “Snowball Fight”

4.  “Let It Snow!  Let It Snow!  Let It Snow!”

5.  “See Amid the Winter Snow”

Tinseltown Trivia – The Word Is Snow

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Today the word is: Snow.

1.  This song is sung on a train ride to Vermont in the movie White Christmas.

2.  Jimmy Durante was the narrator for this movie in 1969.

3.  The name of the first holiday game introduced by CarePackage.com.

4.  This song was written during record-hot temperatures in Hollywood.

5.  This Christmas carol is also known as “Hymn for Christmas Day.”

So what are the answers to yesterday’s trivia?

“Night” answers: 

1.  “Silent Night”

2.  “O Holy Night”

3.  “It Came Upon the Midnight Clear”

4.  “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”

5.  “Nochebuena” (The Good Night)

Tinseltown Trivia – The Word Is Night

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Welcome back to Tinseltown Trivia!  For the rules to play by, check out our blogs for last weekend with the keywords: Christmas and Bells.

The word for today is: Night.

1.  This song was originally written to be sung with a guitar.

2.  This Christmas carol finds its heritage in a French poem called “Minuit, chrétiens” (Midnight, Christians).

3.  This song can be sung to two different melodies—“Carol” (Richard Storrs Willis) or “Noel” (English melody).

4.  You’ll find Santa on the lawn with his reindeer in this popular poem.

5.  In Spanish, Christmas Eve is called by this name.

The answer to yesterday’s trivia is: Wassail.