SPECIAL DISCOUNT 

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has supported me getting my business up and running and to show my thanks I’m offering a Special Discount to the next 5 clients that book sessions with me! 

What the discount includes: 

25% off any Family or Child portrait session (this also includes couple portraits) AND a free 8×10 print! *See terms and conditions outlined below

 
Terms and Conditions:

•session is held in the City of Peterborough, photographers choice of location

•discount excludes Weddings, Headshots and Engagement sessions 

•deposit must be received to reserve your spot and special discount 

•photographer chooses photograph for 8×10 print

•first come first serve basis! 

Any questions or inquiries can be emailed to me at lisa.j.woodcock@gmail.com or send me a message to my Facebook business page!  

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My Mother’s Cancer Journey: The End

My Mother’s Cancer Journey: The End 

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In all honesty, I wasn’t sure how to start this post. I’ve stared at the screen, typed and deleted many sentences, closed the laptop, wished I had a shot of tequila in my hand and so on. But I just need to say it: my mother lost her battle with Pancreatic Cancer on March 12, 2015. I’ve waited so long to do this post because I’ve been in denial but I know my mother would want me to finish her story.

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My Mother’s Cancer Story: An Update

My Mother’s Story – A Cancer Journey Part 2

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On June 28, 2014 I shared with you the beginning of my mother’s cancer story, which can be found here. At the end of the post I shared with you that my mother was to begin chemotherapy on July 11, 2014. On July 8, 2014 my mother and I arrived at the Cancer Clinic of the Peterborough Regional Health Center for a chemo FYI session. The session was to go over the specific chemo drug my mother would get and all the symptoms she could expect. We have all heard of the usual symptoms – hair loss and nausea/vomiting. Those symptoms are minor compared to what else can happen.

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