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Sorry, that title is so infomercialish. Just a friendly reminder that bids will close on Sat at noon EST! We will email the winners and give payment instructions on May 10. The winning bidder will receive tax credit for their donation! We will either hand deliver or ship (if you live somewhere we won't be visiting) this item to you when we head to the U.S. on May 14.

Please note: We will give an opportunity for anyone to purchase coffee at the winning bid price, so be ready to make your order before we leave.

These are the current bids:

Macá Rainbow purse $32
Macá Blue/White purse $40
Orange Ñanduti Doily $22

Antique White Ñanduti doily $25

Leather Thermos $200

Brazilian Coffee (17.6 oz ground) $20.00/each.
Hurry and email us your bids! All proceeds will go to help us raise money for our much needed generator at the radio station! Your bids are helping us spread the word of God.

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  1. Happy Mother's day, we wish you the best of all blessings and we have made a little something for you:

    http://everydaymmoms.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-prayer-for-mothers-today-is-that-our.html

    God bless you,

    EVERYDAY.M.MOMS

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  2. I missed out on this
    have a happy mothers day thanks for entering great contest on my blog and come back and visit again

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