My love and joy at home…

Will be sharing some of these…taken with my new Panasonic lumix DX5BenAndMommyPanel

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The winner is….

Shirley Mathai, you are the winner!

The winning entry of the “Mommy and Me” contest was entered by Joey Mathews.

He wrote for his sister-

“Shirley is a single mom to her two kids: Matthew (10) and Maya (5).  In the last two years, Shirley’s life was marked by a series of events each more trying than the last:  She dealt with a divorce, being laid off from her job of over 10 years, relocating to a new city, and finally being diagnosed with and treated for advanced stage breast cancer.

Throughout it all, the thought of her two kids was what kept her going strong.  I can’t imagine anyone being dealt a hand so adverse, yet manage to maintain such a positive role.

Shirley is well on the road to recovery, though the chemotherapy and radiation have taken her hair.  She’s somewhat self-conscious about her new wig, and I believe a photoshoot would go a long way in helping her realize that the example she’s set for her kids speaks volumes more about her character than her hair. I can’t think of anyone more deserving.”

This entry moved me so much. I want to congratulate Shirley for being such a great sport and role model to all of us mothers.

Congratulations Shirley!

For a lucky mother….my first giveaway

So, to kick off the spring of 2010 I decided to do a giveaway photoshoot to a mother and her child(ren) -a “Mommy & me” session. The winner  will receive photoshoot time upto 3 hrs and a DVD of the images.

The inspiration for this giveaway is my joy of being a mother myself who has an adorable son.

To enter the contest all you have to do is tell me why you deserve to be the lucky winner.  You can leave a comment below or email me

The winner will be selected and announced on April 18th. The photoshoot will be on April 25th. Make sure you are available for this date when you apply.

And remember, your a mother’s child too. So get your mothers to apply. This contest is for all mothers…children can be little ones or adults!

SPREAD THE WORD!