Anyway, I "liked" their page on facebook and sometimes I comment on their page or posts. One day, I get a message from a person I don't know and I open it hesitantly. It read:
Hi Jessi,So, I checked her out (I was worried someone was phishing for my address for who knows what reason) and she was indeed the Marketing manager for Mighty Leaf tea so I sent her my address. I figured she would send me a few free teabags, if you place an order with them they will normally send you two free tea bags of your choice. I thought nothing of it after that.
Thanks for sharing on our Facebook wall! We'd love to send you some different samples of tea. Please respond back with a ship to address and we'll mail you some in the coming weeks. Please note, that we will not use your address for any other purpose.
Mighty Leaf Tea..
Then one day Asher and I are pulling into the driveway of our house and I see a package at the door. I ask Asher if he's ordered anything recently, as I have not, and he tells me "there's a box at Asher's house!" so I figure it wasn't him. I get in and pick up the box and open it.
A handwritten letter. Not a generic typed scrap of paper or nothing at all, a freaking handwritten letter. And then, not a few loose teabags, but three boxes of tea. Whole boxes. And this tea isn't cheap, it's like $8.95 or more a box. And three whole boxes. Check it out.