Photo Shoot Giveaway Weiner

By Molly Bice-Jackson - 4:44 PM


One of my faithful commenters, Robin, is the winner of the photo shoot giveaway! You guys, I hate picking a winner. I made my sister-in-law, Kristyn type the numbers into Random.org because it stresses me out that you all can't win. 

Email me at mollymjackson@gmail.com and I'll connect you with Heather to schedule the photo shoot. 

And for those of you who'd like to hire Heather and receive 20% off, tell her you found her through me. And don't forget that part of the proceeds from your photo shoot go to benefit A Good Grief to pay for the headstone of a devastated family who's lost a child. 


Blogger Robin said...
I would love to be able to surprise my son and his sweet wife with professional photos of their family. My son has worked so hard to get himself through school. He graduated from BYU, then went on to graduate school in Idaho. I feel so ashamed that I was not able to acknowledge his success in a proper manor. My life changed when the economy changed so financially I was unable to give him a graduation gift I felt adequatly expressed how proud I am of his accomplishments. He has such a sweet little family, and I would love to give them the gift that photography offers - visual memories. Thank You.


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  1. Congratulations Robin! I can't wait to meet your son and his family. We will have so much fun! I also hope to connect with the rest of you soon too to get those family portraits updated! www.heatherellisphotography.com, or heather@heatherellisphotography.com. Thanks so much Molly, I really hope I can get you some donations for A Good Grief. You are wonderful. And Happy Birthday!

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  2. Yay for Robin and her son and his family! Congratulations!

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  3. I'm speechless, and overcome with emotion. I am so excited to give this gift to Jesse and his wife. Jesse is an awesome young man, who paid for his first four years of school playing baseball on a full ride scholarship to BYU. He was pitcher of the year for the Mountain West Conference in 2007. After he graduated from BYU he went to Idaho State and graduated as a physical therapist. I am proud of not only his acheivments in life, but also the qualities as a human being. He has always been true to his faith, and a very humble soft spoken individual who, even though he is my son, has always been an example to me. Thank you for giving me an opportunity to give him such a great gift.

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  4. PS. If you would like to see a picture of Jesse - google, Jesse Craig, pitcher of the year, mountain west pitcher of the year. His picture will pop up. He's amazing.

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