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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Sharing My Good Stuffs

This is my first van! I acquired this van from my earnings in working in the casino for two months. I paid cash, it's not that much because it is not new and my sis-in-law sold it to me. Last October, we sold it the car company where we bought our new van. I miss this van because it's my transportation for the whole time while I was working. I have to let her GO and welcomes the new van! My portable DVD player was given to my cousin because for two years he loves to own one. Since I have too many gadgets, I gave it to him and besides he never says NO if I asked a favor. I know that my gadget is in good hands and is used a lot!My iPod Touch is NICE but, this model has no built in camera. I decided to give it to my only brother and he loves it dearly. I am planning to buy me the latest iPod Touch with 64 gig so I can keep it for long.
Would you believe I still have 3 laptops and a desktop in my office? I used them for each specific function. Planning to give it away to my nephews and buy me the latest sometime soon!

1 comment:

  1. ihatag nlng sa akoa ang isa ka laptop kay nanubra na imo laptops diha hehe...


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