Yep, that’s Wally and his wife Mardi.
Misty Jordan and her husband Jason were not on the same page.
That awkward, slightly (or majorly) embarrassing picture of your family can FINALLY come in handy! This Mother’s Day, you’ve got the opportunity to win a family photo session package generously donated from the Sweet Nectar Society!
To enter, just upload a JPG of that funny, embarrassing, or just flat out BAD family picture here, and add your 1) name, 2)phone #, 3) a little caption of your picture explaining the story behind the amazing shot. Your entry will be entered into a drawing to win the family photo session that includes:
– A one-hour photo session with a professional photographer from the Sweet Nectar Society (valued at $850)
– 25 digital images from the session on a disk for you to keep
– 1 Canvas print of the picture of your choice (valued at $50)
****Entries must be received by 11:59PM, Thursday May 8th, 2014!***
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Full contest rules here.
More about the Sweet Nectar Society:
Sweet Nectar Society is an organization that brings together a network of professional photographers to capture the hope, courage, and strength of children undergoing treatment for serious illnesses, disabilities and injuries.
A professional photography session is given to capture the beautiful spirit of each child. The gift of a bound coffee table book as well as the images from the session are presented to each family to ensure these precious memories are forever cherished. Each child’s story is featured on our website to inspire viewers with the remarkable hope, courage, and strength shown by our “sweeties”.
The Sweet Nectar Society team has become a voice for childhood illness and disability by joining forces with other charitable organizations to raise awareness and encourage other to make a difference.