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Check It Out - Early Christmas for your guy!

I visited Sara over at Unofficial Mom, and wanted to pass on to you a great chance to purchase an early Christmas present for the gamers in your live.  I was going to post the eBay listing here in the blog post, but... the list of games included is just way to long, LOL!  So, instead I am posting what her husband wrote in the listing about why he is selling his treasured collection.  Please pass this info on if you know someone who may be interested.  Let's help a fellow sister out!

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Okay, here’s the sob story. I’m selling my video game collection as part of a fund raiser to start a work from home/internet business. My wife and I have a 7 month old little girl. I stay at home with her while my wife goes off to work. The dream is for us both to stay at home with baby girl and work.
This collection will make a great starter collection, great way to add to a collection, or great to break up and sell as pieces. So please bid and bid often. I have tried to list all of the big damage and added extra pictures to show some of it, but there may be some other pieces with small marks or sticker residue. Everything has been tested and works. I will note this here and at the bottom of the list: COLLECTION DOES NOT COME WITH A WII CONSOLE AND THE GAMECUBE DOES NOT COME WITH A ZELDA GAME.

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  1. hello Kimberlee,
    Nice to meet you, thank you for the visit and your sweet comment I hope you left inspired by something :)
    I will be following you and your postings see you soon.
    xox
    Blessings
    Dore

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  2. Hi Kimberlee, I am a little confused by your post. Who is the husband who stays at home while his wife works? The collection would be nice for someone interested in that sort of thing.

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  3. It is Sara's husband. You can read all about their story over at her blog. www.unofficialmom.blogspot.com.

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