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December PayPal #Giveaway

I love December!
It's not only the day we celebrate Jesus Christ, but we, as in my family, also celebrate my birthday!
I know I am not match for Jesus, but if he thinks I'm special, so should you. (LOL)
So this month, I added extra money to the giveaway. An extra $5 for Jesus, and an extra $5 for me! In total there is $15 up for grabs this month!!
All you have to do is have a PayPal account, and live somewhere on earth.
You don't have to be a follower of Christ to enter, though I'm sure he would appreciate your love, and you also don't have to follow me, though I like stalkers so if you wanna follow, that's cool.

Without anymore blabbing, lets get onto the giveaway.

Fill in the Rafflecopter form to enter.
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Comments

  1. I'll probably buy a few books from Amazon!

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  2. This would be great for some of the books I buy on eBay. Thanks!

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  3. I would use the money toward bills. Thank you!

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  4. I would use it for Christmas presents :)

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  5. i will definitely use the money to buy books!!!
    thank you!!!

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  6. I'll use the money towards some things for myself (shoes)

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  7. i might use it to pay some bills, buy some X'mas presents and donate some to charity

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  8. I'll use this to buy from an online store :)

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  9. I'd use it towards Xmas presents :)

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  10. Oops, just realized it ends after Xmas! In that case- I'd pay some bills!

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  11. I would use it towards groceries as after Christmas money will be very tight

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  12. I would spend it on books ! Xx thank you for the giveaway

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  13. I would use the money towards our Christmas dinner as a family! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Joey J.

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  14. towars holiday shopping bills - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  15. I want to buy a christmas gift for my sister with the money if i win :)

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  16. i would put it toward bills from the holidays! ty for the giveaway!

    xo.
    jenn @ hello, rigby!

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  17. I will buy a book which was on my wishlist for a long time :). Thank you for the giveaway!

    maktub(dot)rox

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