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Giving Away Money!! Seriously!!

K, I love you guys more than you know.
And since the last PayPal giveaway was a hit I decided to have another one! Congratulations to Elaine who won that giveaway!
Yup, I got another $5 via PayPal to give away for the month of November.
You got buttloads of chances to enter, and with there being daily entries, that can give you a leg up from those that don't enter as often....
(poke, poke, nudge, nudge, wink, wink......)
As long as you have a valid PayPal address you can enter this giveaway.
Good luck!


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  1. You know that I would support you even if you weren't offering money but, I'll take it!

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
    Blogging about Family and Reviews with a side of Humour
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

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  2. Remembrance Day means a day of thanking all those who have fought for our freedom and continue to do so. For being appreciative, proud and loyal to our country.

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  3. It's a pretty important day to remember. Both my Dad and my brother were in the military.

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  4. Remembrance means a day to be thankful for all of those who took their lives so we can be free like we are today. Love this idea by the way! Thanks for hosting :)

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  5. Remembrance Day means remembering how lucky we are. Others fought & died for our freedom.

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  6. Remembering those who sacrificed so much for us.Thankful for their service and for the ones still serving.

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  7. To me, Remembrance Day is about those who lost their life fighting for freedom.

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  8. Remembrance Day is for reflection on those who fought in the war(s) for our freedom.

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  9. I entered a comment but after signing in it disappeared??

    Remembrance Day is for reflection on those who fought in the war(s) for our freedom.

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  10. I remember my poppy who was in the service.

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  11. A. You are the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    B. You are a shining star and the most amazing supporter.
    C. I always vote for you on Picket Fences but am too lazy to comment. Just so you know because I don't claim the RC entry. That would be wrong and I never break the rules (hahahahaha).
    D. Remembrance Day is a time to be thankful that I live in a peaceful country. I'm not big on the concept of military, i just wish we could all live happily ever after. However, I shudder to think if we didn't have it.

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo

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  12. Your comment about wanting to see a picture of my husbands feet is sick. I like that in a person :)

    Thanks for stopping by. I too voted of course.

    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo

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  13. Honoring those who have served and forever acknowledging our love and gratitude!

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    1. Love you back! You are too awesome Sarah!

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