Friday, March 11, 2011

grateful body organic skin care

A GIVEAWAY QUESTION ANSWERED:
are you holding on to something that you need to let go?

holding on to a bit of the past that I need to lose for my own sanity -brianpiero

grateful body organic skin care dreams "of the day when all skin care products improve the long-term health of the skin as well as it's immediate appearance; the day when the body care industry supports organic agriculture instead of the chemical industry" & "of of people everywhere being nurtured every day by coming 'face-to-face' with nature thanks to healthy botanical body care"

grateful body organic skin care helps you acheive your most radiant complexion, naturally & authentically with the use of beneficially & vitally unrefined plant components in artificial-free & chemical-free formulas, formulas full of nothing but deliciously pure foods for the skin.

"if it's not food, if you can't eat it, then we don't use it" as stated off grateful body organic skin care. all products have anti-aging advantages as they are plenished with nutrient-rich organic resources, making skin function better & slow the aging process down.

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check out grateful body organic skin care's custom blends! these are prepared fresh as soon as you order, as you pick what you want in the end product. it costs only a small fee, & you choose which specific therapuetic concentrates & special scents are added. get what you want- no longer do you have to settle!

how do they make the goods? after collecting fresh plant & wildcrafted herbs, they carefully extract & infuse the oils avoiding exposure to high heat, chemicals, or any other factors that may compromise the value & effectiveness of the finished product. they blend these formulas by hand & mix in a natural preservative system with food grade, organic elements to end up with luxurious, creamy, chemical free & completely safe (even for babies skin!) cleansers & moisturizers. this non-synthetic preservative system gives grateful body organic skin care products a natural shelf life of 12-18 months.

the scents of grateful body organic skin care products are NOT fake! they are "deep" smells, smells of the core of each plant in them. these sniffies are known to affect our physical, mental, emotional & spiritual bodies in the best way possible. however, they do make a "extra gentle" line formulated with non-aromic ingredients, that's super lightly scented & specially designed for those with allergies, the environmentally injured, the immune compromised & whiff-intolerant.






what I have to say about grateful body organic skin care products-> I've only been using the above items featured on this post for a few days now, but for some reason I always return to them. I know they are packed with powerful, concentrated plant ingredients, but there's more to it than that, it's a sense of confidence. as far as the smell, it's not my favorite, but I would take it over artifical fragrences ANY DAY! if you have any questions, they are already answered- just check out the FAQ, it's there, that & a bag of chips. overall, I give grateful body products a thumbs up!


the truth is, I've noticed a complete difference in my skin from using natural & organic products lately over store bought conventional ones. & I've also been learning more & more everyday, learning that it all makes sense. our bodies are made of nature & to put anything but that on or in them is irrational. did you know, by the time we die we have put about 40lbs of chemicals on our skin? gross, seriously.


grateful body organic skin care has something for everyone's specific skin care needs. they carry a extra gentle line, a men's line, a restoratives line & a targeted treatment line. & the best part is they ship internationally!

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504 comments:

  1. Once someone paid for my husband and my dinner without us knowing it. We were so touched by their generosity!

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  3. I think the skin revival mist would be fabulous!

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  4. When I was in 6th grade I dropped my pencil case and everything spilled out onto the floor and it was really busy with people passing by and a few people got down and helped me pick everything up!

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  5. My teenage son and I had been working outside in the garden and went to Safeway to buy something. We did look pretty shabby. An elderly woman came up to my son and flipped out some money and told him to take this now. He didn't but she thought he was in great need! rj7777 rj_angel_house@yahoo.com

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  6. I worked at a luxury hotel. A few people got together and got services (limo and dinner river cruise) donated for my 15th anniversary. I lost my partner 7 months later. It really wasn't a
    small thing, but it is what I remember most.

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  7. When I was in 6th grade I dropped my pencil case and everything spilled out onto the floor and it was really busy with people passing by and a few people got down and helped me pick everything up! That was so nice. Kids can be mean. You were liked! rj_angel_house@yahoo.com rj7777

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  8. I have really sensitive skin so I'd like the sensitive skin set.

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  9. I follow on twitter as humanecats.

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  12. I visited Grateful body restorative products and I would like to try Aphrodites Feast! rj7777 rj_angel_house@yahoo.com

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  13. I follow on GFC as Ericka T.

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  14. I blogged about this giveaway at http://rj7777.blogspot.com/2011/03/win-132-worth-of-grateful-body-organic.html Rita Spratlen rj_angel_house@yahoo.com

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  15. I liked Grateful Body Skin Care on facebook. Rita Spratlen rj_angel_house@yahoo.com rj7777

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  16. I posted the above as instructed on their facebook wall. Rita Spratlen
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  17. I tweeted this giveaway at http://twitter.com/#!/rjs7777/status/46387529498370048
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  18. I am a public follower of you via GFC. rjspratlen@gmail.com Rita Spratlen
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  19. I have signed up for your e-mails. rj_angel_house@yahoo.com rj7777

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  20. I am following Kytah 00 on twitter. rjs7777 Rita Spratlen rj7777

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  21. An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.

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  22. cw said...
    Once someone paid for my husband and my dinner without us knowing it. We were so touched by their generosity!

    What a lovely gesture! I think when others show kindness to us it makes us want to return the favor to someone else and so the cycle of kindness continues.

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  23. I would love to try the Clear Skin treatment as I still have acne issues at my age! Maybe this product would help to clear my skin.

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  24. Tweet:
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  25. I follow your blog via GFC.

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  26. I "like" hypnotic on facebook. (Amy M)

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  27. I follow you on Twitter @glogirl3

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  28. An act of kindness I will never forget is my sister bought me a printer for my computer. Just because she loves me and knew I need it.

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  29. An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.

    That is nice! Everyone needs cheering up in the hospital.

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  30. I'd like to try the Extra Gentle Moisturizer.

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  31. Liked Grateful Body Skin care on Facebook

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  32. Posted the sentence on their FB wall.

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  34. Liked you on FB (Susan Cook)

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  36. One act of kindness that I was shown was when one seemingly homeless person (or maybe he just had been roaming in the streets for a while) was holding a balloon & there was a toddler crying to his mom asking for a balloon. The toddler just wouldn't stop screaming & crying but the man was kind enough to give the balloon to the toddler. I realized that even those who don't have much would do anything to share the little that they have.

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  37. I'd like to try the toner - normal to dry skin

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  38. 'liked' on facebook, my name is Karlene Shamir

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  40. subscribed by email: xyoulovekarlene

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  41. Daily Tweet:
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  42. The small act of kindness that was once shown to me was by son fixing my computer when he has so tired he just wanted to go home. helenkeeler@comcast.net

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  43. An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.
    My response: The world would be much better if all people acted in true unsoluiated kindness like this.
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  44. gfc follower -Helen Keeler
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  45. I think the act of kindness I never forgot was when my younger and only brother took me out to dinner one time. He said it was time to "bond" with his sister. We had a beautiful meal and it was nice to spend time with him. I just wish he were still with us to spend more "bonding" time with him.
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  46. Glogirl said...
    An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.
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    That was nice of that person to do that for you. Shows there are good people in the world and I bet it made you feel much better too.
    darlene(dot)demell(at)sympatico(dot)ca

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  47. I was once given a jacket from a daughters friend (a teenager) for me..... because she saw that although my daughter's clothes were nice and new, she saw that mine could really stand to be updated !!!

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  48. I would love to try the Moisture Monsoon. My skin is exceptionally dry and so far I haven't found anything that helps much.
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  49. An act of kindness l remember is when a patient I as looking after made me a scarf. She was so weak and ill but she loved to knit and thought enough of me to make something for me. I thought this was so sweet. She is okay now.
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  50. GFC Follower :)

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  51. "like" grateful body skin care on facebook
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  52. Posted the sentence on Grateful Body Facebook Wall
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  54. follow hypnotic on google friend connect
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  57. I'd like to try Aphrodite's feast because deep down l am a goddess.
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  58. follow @kytah00 hypnotic on twitter
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  62. follow on GFC
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  64. like" hypnotic on facebook
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  66. My mother used to make me wait to be picked up a lot sometimes for hours in junior high and one day a girl i barely knew stayed with me for 6 hours saying her mother was late too.. later i found out she lived a block away and just didnt want me sitting out there alone.

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  67. RonaleeDuncan{at}aol{dot}com
    When I was 16, someone told me to stop walking with my head down, and to lift my head high. I will always remember that advice.

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  68. This is just a small act that happened today...I've got a new van I'm driving and a man walked up next to my car to help guide me into a tight parking spot. That may seem small, but it made a big difference to me (especially having never driven a big car and being a bit nervous about it). Thanks!
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  69. The Ciao Rosacea caught my eye! My husband can have pretty bad rosacea and I know it drives him crazy. I will have to show him this product. Thanks!!
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  71. While driving my car one day, a taxi driver pulled up beside me and told me that my insurance tags were expired. OMG. (We had recently moved and the insurance renewal did not come to our new place) I stopped at the nearest auto insurance place and renewed them right away.

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  72. I would like to try their Supernatural Antioxidant as it promotes the healing of injured tissue by reducing inflammation to protect, strengthen and keep your skin in optimal health.

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  73. I liked grateful body skin care on facebook (Anne-Marie T)

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  74. I posted the sentence on their Facebook wall.
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  75. Tweeted (@amt946)
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  76. http://twitter.com/#!/pawberrylane/status/46930318506196992
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  77. Daily Tweet:
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  79. i pulled up a toll booth once to find the car in front of me had already paid my toll. not it's something i do when i have a couple of extra bucks!

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  80. I worked at a luxury hotel. A few people got together and got services (limo and dinner river cruise) donated for my 15th anniversary. I lost my partner 7 months later. It really wasn't a
    small thing, but it is what I remember most.

    humanecats at gmail dot com


    what a lovely memory this made for you to cherish! i'm so happy you had this special time together!

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  81. i've always been plagued with oily skin.
    Oil Embargo sounds like it just might be THE thing!

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  82. posted on my blog

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  83. I "like" grateful body skin care on facebook - jayedee halpin dewitt

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  84. posted on grateful body skin care's wall

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  85. tweeted!

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  86. i follow via gfc
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  87. i subscribe via email
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  88. i follow on fb - jayedee halpin dewitt
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  89. i follow on twitter @ntiveheart
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  90. I used to be extremely shy as a child. In kindergarten, one of my classmates, who was permanently wheelchair-bound, took the time to get to know me, and talk to me. We became best friends, and I'd go over to her house to play all the time. I'll never forget her genuine soul and kindess


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  91. I'm an immediate subscriber

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  92. I follow you via GFC


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  93. I like you on facebook (Stefanie Elysse Hurtado)

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  94. 23. Glogirl said...
    An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.

    Response: I think this story is so beautiful. Such a simple act can really brighten a child's day =]

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  95. I would love to try the Moisturizer for Oily Skin from Grateful Body


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  97. Tweeted (@amt946)
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  98. My sister was driving across country and stopped by to visit when I was in the midst of a move. I had meant to be done before she came but to tell the truth I had left it way too late and was in a real pickle with a deadline when the movers were coming. She cheerfully spent the next few days helping me pack, clean, and deal with all the last minute crises.

    We haven't always got along but she sure saved my butt that day. Now whenever I think of that I realize I can't be mad at her anymore for things that came between us in the past.

    fmgregory at myway dot com

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  99. NativeHalo wrote "I used to be extremely shy as a child. In kindergarten, one of my classmates, who was permanently wheelchair-bound, took the time to get to know me, and talk to me. We became best friends, and I'd go over to her house to play all the time. I'll never forget her genuine soul and kindess"

    I bet your friendship meant a lot to her too.

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  100. I would get the
    - Deep Cleanse
    - toner - normal to oily skin
    - normal moisturizer with sun sense booster
    - Sea Cell Serum

    BEAUTIFUL products!

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  101. I follow Hypnotic on GFC as Fiona
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  102. what small act of kindness were you once shown that you will never forget? This week I was behind in writing my report cards -- a fellow teacher of mine went in to teach my kids for 4 blocks of time so that I could get them done. I got my report cards done and I also didn't get behind in teaching my students. It was extremely helpful:) I won't forget it!!!

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  103. Once someone paid for my husband and my dinner without us knowing it. We were so touched by their generosity!

    So nice!! We once when we went through the drive thru the person ahead of us paid for our stuff too!!!

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  104. I would love to try the Aphrodite's Feast for my aging skin!!!

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  106. http://twitter.com/#!/pawberrylane/status/47292721597132800
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  109. Tweeted (@amt946)
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  110. My husband and I were having lunch at a nearby restaurant and a group of women paid for our lunch!

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  111. I subscribe to immediate giveaway notifications via email.
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  112. I'd like to have the Men's Moisturizer for my hubby.
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  113. Glogirl said...
    An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.

    That is awesome.
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  114. http://twitter.com/#!/pawberrylane/status/47610474937860096
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  119. Well, it didn't seem like a small act of kindness to me but it was to my boss at the time. When I lived in AZ & I couldn't pay my rent my new boss of two weeks put 5 $100 bills in my hand & told me to pay him back when I could. To me it was amazing & to him that was normal carrying around cash I guess.
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  120. Comment #30. Sue said...An act of kindness I will never forget is my sister bought me a printer for my computer. Just because she loves me and knew I need it.
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    You must have a wonderful sister Sue. I have one like that myself. :)

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  121. I visited Grateful Body & I'd love to try the Ciao Rosacea.

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  122. Dana Beeman (danabeeman) Likes Grateful Body Skin Care on FB.
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  123. Posted on the Grateful Body Skin Care wall on FB.
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  125. Publicly following via GFC as Dana Beeman.
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  127. Dana Beeman (danabeeman) likes Hypnotic Blend on FB.

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  128. @hazelfinn follows @kytah00 on Twitter.

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  129. One of the acts of kindness that I have experienced in my life was my conversation with my grandma who was half paralized, but whose spirit was alive and vibrant. I asked her how she managed to stay kind and so generous to all the people in her life under any circumstances. Her answer touched my soul, connected to it. It was the kindnest moment in my life I've ever experienced. It changed how I live my life.

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  130. Glogirl said...
    An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness.
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    Little kids are especially sensitive to any actions/acts from us grown-ups. When we show such generous, simple acts of kindness, we change lives. Forever. I remind myself of it all the time.

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  131. Would love to try Ciao Rosacea, as my skin is super sensitive to any skin regiment

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  132. Posted to the wall of the Grateful Body: http://www.facebook.com/GratefulBodySkincare?sk=wall#!/GratefulBodySkincare/posts/135093249893107

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  133. Like Grateful Body Skin Care on Facebook as Laura Gonchar

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  143. an act of kindness i will never forget. I was at a diner and i didn't realize til i was halfway thru my meal that i DIDNT have my wallet with me and the people on the side of me paid for my meal. and then i asked for their info so i could repay them and said there was no need to!
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  144. One of the acts of kindness that I have experienced in my life was my conversation with my grandma who was half paralized, but whose spirit was alive and vibrant. I asked her how she managed to stay kind and so generous to all the people in her life under any circumstances. Her answer touched my soul, connected to it. It was the kindnest moment in my life I've ever experienced. It changed how I live my life.
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    I would love to know the answer! That's a beautiful thing right there. Reminds me of my fiance who is the same way. <3
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  145. Would love to try Ciao Rosacea
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  146. I "like" grateful body skin care on facebook as Tamira Graham
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  147. I posted on grateful body skin care wall
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  148. I tweeted =]
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  149. I follow hypnotic on google friend connect as naudii beautii
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  151. I "like" hypnotic on facebook as Tamira Graham
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  152. I went to Alberta, Canada and fell in love with some flowers that grow there. I decided to visit a flower shop before I would leave Jasper. I was pressed for time and the shop was about to close. The woman let me in and locked the door behind her. I looked around and did not find the flowers I badly wanted, until I walked to a stack of little pouches containing seeds - then I saw the photo of the flowers and immediately reached for my wallet. I had forgotten my wallet in the hotel room or so I hoped at the time, lol. She started to ask me questions and found out that I was not from Alberta. Without me telling her about not having any money on me, she gave me the pouch and wished me well planting them. All summer long, I thought of her kindness with each and every bloom the plants produced.
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  153. One act of kindness that I was shown was when one seemingly homeless person (or maybe he just had been roaming in the streets for a while) was holding a balloon & there was a toddler crying to his mom asking for a balloon. The toddler just wouldn't stop screaming & crying but the man was kind enough to give the balloon to the toddler. I realized that even those who don't have much would do anything to share the little that they have.

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  154. Aphrodite’s serum is possibly what I would try first because of its benefits - I want to have some elasticity on my skin while getting it very soft and gets rid of wrinkles.
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  157. "like" grateful body skin care on facebook
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  158. Tweeted (@amt946)
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  170. http://twitter.com/#!/pawberrylane/status/49101417121714176
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  171. someone stood up for me once when an angry customer was yelling at me
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  172. i would like to try the eye cream
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  173. Tweeted (@amt946)
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  175. A co-worker had shown me an act of kindness I'll NEVER forget. I was pregnet with my first born and she put together the ultimate baby shower for me. It was above and beyond any baby shower I ever went to and she put such detail in everything. She had paid for everything, from the rental of the restraunt to everyone's meals. My baby shower was nestled by a fireplace and she made a diaper cake, and sooo much more.
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  176. I like Grateful Body Skin Care on facebook - I'm victoria liester
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  178. I follow @kytah00 on twitter - I'm @win_giveaways
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  179. I follow your blog via gfc - I'm victoria99
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  182. An act of kindness I'll never forget is from a bunch of people, some I didn't even know. Word spread about a contest I was in that needed votes. The music on line music community rallied together and I won a much needed $20,000 exterior home make over!
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  186. One product I would like to try is Aphrodites Feast!
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  187. Glogirl said...
    An act of kindness that I have never forgotton is when I was 5 and in the hospital. The other patient in my room had a visitor who brought her a stuffed hand puppet as a gift. The visitor saw how much I liked the puppet and went and bought me one too! A true act of kindness

    It's so wonderful to have a memory like this, it almost seems magical
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  192. In kindergarten a girl gave me a unicorn necklace. We weren't and have never been close friends, but it made me feel special. Isn't it interesting the things you remember?
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  193. http://twitter.com/#!/pawberrylane/status/49805889460379648
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