Making a call while you're driving isn't easy. Taking a call on another line is borderline impossible. Ellen discussed.

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Cheryl Verstraeten
89 days ago

Ellen, I have been with Tupperware for 33 years. Sorry to hear that you are having problems with your Tupperware seal. Try soaking the seal in very hot water and while it is hot, put it on your bowl. The hot water will stretch the molecules in the plastic. Allow the seal to cool down while on the bowl. That should solve the problem. If it doesn't, please let me know and I will get you a replacement. Just call "the lady with the fresh ideas!"

Cheryl Verstraeten. (570-683-5816)

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carl
95 days ago

We love you Ellen, but shame on you for using your phone while driving. You talked about how you have no trouble putting callers on hold while at home, but while driving you always hang up on them. We love you, but would love you even more if you would hold of using the phone until your at Home or at work.

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