Monday, April 12, 2010

Guessing game

I recently received a small package in the mail. Guess what it is?
I'll give you some hints...
  • It costs less than $40 but is worth $600.
  • It renews itself year after year.
  • It weighs less than 2 pounds but can increase to hundreds of pounds in just a few months.
  • It is good for the environment and good for your body.

The mystery package will be unveiled tomorrow. Gold stars to anyone who guesses correctly!

30 comments:

  1. Gotta be some sort of seed, or perhaps a small plant.

    -Kathy

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  2. hey! i was gonna say seeds! 2 people read my mind in the future...

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  3. Smart, everyone!!! I came to see what other people guessed cause I was stuck! Makes perfect sense!!!

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  4. I am also going with seeds...My garden is producing wonderfully right now. Living in the SW has perks!

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  5. Hmm... Probably seeds. Or more adventurously, maybe it's a block of honeybees! But probably seeds. :)

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  6. Did you get bees? My friend is starting a hive this year and her package is arriving the 19th! If you are starting a hive you have got to keep us posted on how it goes!

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  7. I'm jumping on the bandwagon with seeds. Totally seeds.

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  8. My guess is a)seeds, or b)a sourdough starter kit, or c)composting worms?

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  9. Definitely guessing seeds/bulbs here!

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  10. I'm thinking seeds (or bulbs) or bees. I'm very intrigued.

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  11. And I thought I was going to beat the crowd to SEEDS! when I clicked over here from my reader. Heh!

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  12. I was going to say some vegetable starts of some sort, maybe a fruiting tree, but the kombucha theory seems a little more likely with the weight and $.

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  13. Seed potatoes?

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  14. Composting worms? Mushrooms?

    Jenn

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  15. Jenn beat me to the guess on composting worms. I'm also going to guess some kind of yeast?

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  16. My first thought was seeds. Just like the majority here.

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  17. hundreds of pounds...some sort of squash plant or seeds?

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  18. Red worms for composting.

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  19. My first thought was worms for composting. About the bees, my dad used to get bees in the mail, and they never had a plastic wrapper on them. Otherwise, how would they breathe? (which also leads me to question how worms could breathe in plastic packaging...) Maybe eggs?

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  20. I'm guessing you bought someone's placenta and you're going to plant it and help a tree grow in your backyard.
    No? Was I close?

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  21. Yep, I'm gonna say one of those "survival seeds" packages.

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  22. Did You ever reveal what the package was? I am really curious Rixa to know now!! LOL

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  23. Natacha, see the next post!

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