Jamaaliday Gift 5, 6 & Gingerbread Treehouse

On the sixth day of Christmas Mira gave to me, one Gift Express!


Okay, enough singing. This is by far the best Jamaaliday gift so far. The only drawback is that it's huge.


Yeah, like bigger-than-you big. Most people don't have room for it, but other than that it's great.

The new item for today can be found in the Diamond Shop, the Gingerbread Treehouse!


This is a fun item if you have a wintery den. The problem is, wouldn't everyone rather save up their diamonds for something better?

And I actually forgot to post yesterday's Jamaaliday gift. It was actually 400 gems:


Thanks for reading! On a random note, it was literally 70 degrees here yesterday, and yet they still predict it will snow this week. The weather can make up it's mind where I live.

Pumaa

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16 comments:

  1. 70 degrees, wow. It is currently 30 degrees where I am and snowing. I think that the train should be just a bit smaller. - xXRobinHoodXx

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    1. It's raining here. I'm near Washington DC.

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  2. Its 0 degrees for me! ~surf4life123 i made this account when i was in CA i am in Nebraska

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    1. I didn't know Nebraska was so cold! I always think of it as all hot farmlands and ranches. But I suppose it's not all like that.

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    2. I live in NE as well it's hot in the summer but freezing in the winter. And there's not as many farms and ranches as people think. Infact it's snowing right now. ^.^ So ya we have the normal seasons: a hot summer, a warm and rainy spring, a chilly but beautiful fall with the leave changes, and a really cold winter.
      ~ dooda123

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    3. But western NE is farm and ranch land. So I guess there are a lot of ranches and farms
      ~ dooda123

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  3. 52°F and Raining in Boston, MA!

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    1. Massachusetts is awesome! All my relatives live there. Ever been to Acadia?

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  4. We had a little snow... I'm in Worcester County in Massachusetts, just we live in the county, not the city.

    My dad says we got a "dusting".

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    1. I've Ben in Worcester! I remember because my GPS pronounces the c like Workester . :p

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  5. U r lucky Pumaa. At that time I was freezing my tiger tail off n Michigan!
    ringronies

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