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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Mothers Day Giveaway

If you are still in search of an amazing gift for that special woman in your life that is a mother, I may just have what you are looking for : )

I am offering $100 gift certificates for only $80 and this will run until mothers day this weekend. 

If you want a chance to win a $100 gift certificate for your mother, wife, sister or whoever that wonderful deserving person is in your life, you can enter the PIN IT contest!

Rules and How to Enter:
1- You must "like" Heidi Casey Photography on facebook or already be a fan to enter. 
2- Pin 1 or more of your favorite images from this blog to your Pinterest boards with a caption mentioning Heidi Casey Photography and come back to this post and comment below about a person that is in your life that you will be celebrating this mothers day and that you pinned an image.

Thats it! Once you've commented below you are entered to win a $100 gift certificate for your mom! 

As an additional entry you can share this post on facebook or twitter by hitting the share button at the bottom of this post and posting about the giveaway. Then return here to this blog post and comment that you completed the additional entry. You may only comment that you have shared 1 time for a total of 2 entries.

Winner will be chosen Saturday evening and the gift certificate will be emailed out to the winner that evening so you can have it to suprise the wonderful woman in your life. 


  1. This Mother's Day...I will give gifts to my mother and mother-in-law. But truly, my gifts to celebrate are my children. They have given me the title "mom" and fulfilled a life-long dream. I can think of no greater gift on Mother's Day than to share that day with my children. They awe me, inspire me and humble me:) God has blessed me with the gift of being a mother and I am so thankful for that! So this Mother's Day...I love you Maddie and Bennett...with all my heart <3
    Ruth McDonald

  2. Heidi...I think I completed all the steps...I liked you already;) I posted on Pinterest, added a comment and posted the link to my fb page.

  3. This Mother's day I will be spending the day with my sweet Sophia and my warrior of a husband. Every year I fall more and more love with this day, to celebrate a day just made for woman who do so much with very little in return. I am so honored that God chose me to be Sophia's mom. Mommy loves you princess!

    Brandy Edinger

    I did complete all the steps, thank you

  4. Heidi, I pinned three images... I couldn't chose.

    This year and every year, I celebrate my mom, my grandma and my nana. I have been blessed to have three women who are strong in three different ways.
    My mom was so unselfish when I was growing up. now that i am a mom, I realize how much she did for us. She never failed to get me to basketball practice or to a school activity. She went without things I know she would have liked to have in order to buy our basketball shoes or pay for a big overnight trip for me. She would laugh when I asked her if she thought I was pretty. (I was teased pretty relentlessly when I was a kid.) Mom would would reassure me that I would be just fine. And now my mom is one who never oversteps. When I got married, she stepped away and let me figure out how to be a wife and a mother. When I asked for her help, she was there..... but always about three steps back from where I really wanted her. That is her way. She raised me to be independent and she still teaches me that to this day. We almost lost my mom in a motorcycle accident 3 1/2 years ago. It was terrifying. I had the blessing of taking care of her in the hospital. Those weeks were when we got close again. I got to know my mom as a grown up. It was hard and wonderful. I am so thankful for her.
    My grandma is the strong silent type. She is one of the strongest people I know. Up until March of this year, I had never seen her cry: not until my Papaw died did I ever see her shed a tear. No matter what happens, she is a rock - strong, unmovable, a foundation of sorts. She works hard still and she has taught me so much. She taught me a lot of what I know about hospitality. You do not go in Grandma's house without her trying to feed you.... or at least give you a glass of tea. And if you are going to someone's house or to a lunch at church, you take a box of food...... not a covered dish. She has taught me the value of work, how to make really good biscuits and how to be a strong woman while remaining soft. My Grandma is what it is to be a woman. The perfect combination of softness and strength.
    Then there is Nana. She is the wild one of the bunch. She bought me a black leather mini skirt when I was 10............ Yeah, she is cool. Nana is likely where I got my penchant for fashion. She loves to shop. And she always bought me beautiful dresses when I was a kid. She, too, is strong, but not in a quiet way like my mom and grandma. She is bold. She will hold her own anywhere she goes and you probably do not want to mess with her. She also tells it like it is. Just because you are family doesn't automatically mean that you are right. If she feels you are wrong, she will be the very first one in line to tell you. And not because she is mean, but because she loves you. She is also a great cook and loves to entertain. She taught me what I know about throwing a great party...... and that tablecloths should match. (I tend to break that little rule.) Nana is my boisterous side. She is fun, witty, smart and fierce.
    Mother's Day means a day where we celebrate our moms...... but it also, to me, means celebrating the mom's who made our Mom and Dad who they are. I love my Mom. I am so proud to be her daughter and I thank God every day that she is still here.