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Kimberly Vargas
Attended Centenary College of Louisiana
Lives in San Diego, CA
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I am so honored that you liked Petty Cash so much. Thank you and happy Valentine's Day weekend. :)
  • Centenary College of Louisiana
    Liberal Arts
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