“On the fourth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Four Calling Birds
Three French Hens
Two Turtle Doves
and a Partridge in a Pear Tree.”
Another year has nearly gone by and I am sure that most of us have created beautiful memories with our loved ones that we will cherish and would love to have close or present as seasonal gifts to our families, in the form of calendars, photo albums or personalised phone or iPad cases.
We have taken thousands of photos since January. I am so glad a dear friend of ours suggested we took photos and videos of Georgie once he was diagnosed. I will treasure the advice and every single picture we have of our beautiful boy forever.
Once Georgie passed away, we have created many, many beautiful photographic memories and have adorned the house with his gorgeous little face. They are wonderful reminders of his beautiful character and presence and the time we were allowed with him. I cannot imagine not having these bitter sweet gifts that we can go back to and remember Georgie by.
The lovely people at FotoInsight have a wonderful surprise for my blog readers and would like to offer one of you, lucky lot, £50 worth of vouchers on their site. They understand too well our need as human beings to visualise love and I am too glad to be able to partnership with them in offering you the opportunity to immortalise your memories and transform them into either (canvas) prints, calendars, photo books or posters. My favourite items on their site are the personalised photo cushions, the glass block photos and the personalised iPhone cases.
Once you have done that, just give me a little wave in a comment to let me know you have entered the giveaway.
The competition is open for UK residents only and will be running for a week. Just to give you plenty of time to order those memories in for Christmas. I will use a random number generator to pick a winner and I will announce the name via my Facebook page, so make sure you are a fan!
Good luck everyone and thank you, FotoInsight, for your generosity towards my readers and ourselves.
Disclaimer: I was offered vouchers in exchange for writing this post but the opinions expressed are all my own. And so is the joy of seeing one of my readers blessed with such a meaningful gift!