Happy Friday the 13th

Hey folks, Happy Friday to you all. I know it’s been a while since I last posted. I’ve been pretty busy with finishing up this years wedding season and getting ready for next year. I’ve updated our website jaysonsphotography.com. When you visit you will find four new sub-buttons under Jayson including my gear, a link to order your wedding and engagement prints as well as frequently asked questions and a slideshow. We have also updated our pricing to now include a custom designed 8×8 album under the pricing button, as well as some information about Hi-Resolution DVD’s, portrait pricing, albums and a few album design samples. We will be adding more to the site in the next few weeks, so be sure to bookmark it and check back periodically.

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We are having a winter print sale over at our print store jpprints.com. receive 20% off your purchase. Use coupon code winterwonderland. The sale ends December 6th.

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Remember Saturday Morning Cartoons

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Happy Friday everyone. Don’t you just love Friday’s? A time to go home and relax, and maybe sleep in on Saturday. Growing up I used to love Saturdays, mostly because of Saturday morning cartoons. One of my favorite cartoons to watch was The Jetsons, although I don’t believe this was shown on Saturday mornings. Of course I loved a lot of other cartoons like Alvin & The Chipmunks. Duck Tales, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to name a few. I think one of the main reasons why I loved The Jetsons so much was because it took place in the future. Another reason being George only had to work three days a week, How awesome is that? maybe that’s why I’m a wedding photographer. 🙂 j/k Remember those days?

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What ever happened to Saturday Morning Cartoons? What will our children grow up with? I’m scared for todays youth, who are now growing up with cartoons like Family Guy and The Simpsons. Gone are the days where cartoons and shows taught a positive message. However, It is great that a lot of these cartoons and television shows are now on DVD, so we can share our youth with our children. Maybe I’m being a little bias because I’m a 80’s kid and I had a cup of nostalgia for breakfast, but there needs to be more shows for children that portrays a positive message. Even I am tired of seeing reality shows and crime dramas being broadcasted on every station.

What were some of your favorite cartoons and shows to watch growing up?

Kevin - October 2, 2009 - 8:19 pm

My favorite cartoon was Yogi Bear.

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Best of 2009

I hope everyone is having a great week and is getting excited for Friday. Today is the first day of October and to kick off the month we are having a Fall in Love Print Sale over at our print site. Click here to get all the details and to find out how to save up to 40% on your print orders.

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Help us make Jayson’s Photography one of the Best of 2009

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Jayson’s Photography is now in the running to be named one of the Best of 2009 over at OneWed.com. If you are one of the amazing couples who’s wedding we’ve photographed, or anyone who attended these awesome weddings where we were the photographer, we would love for you to leave us a kind review over at OneWed.com.

To leave our business a review, all you need to do is click here. Then click on write a review. If you are a member of facebook you can sign in with your facebook login information. There are only 4 questions and 4 spots to leave a total of 5 stars. We would greatly appreciate you taking the time to leave us your feedback about our business, and help us to be named the Best of 2009. Thank you, and thanks to all those who have already reviewed us and left 5 stars. You ROCK!!!

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Fall in Love Print Sale

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With Fall here and Winter quickly approaching we are having a Fall in Love Print Sale over at our print site. Receive $10 off when you spend $25 or more, $20 when you spend $50 or more, and $40 when you spend $100 or more on our beautiful prints and frames. Click here to get to our print site.

Use the following coupon codes before check out to receive your discount.

type fallinlove for $10 off when you spend $25 or more.

type fallinginlove for $20 off when you spend $50 or more.

type fellinlove for $40 off when you spend $100 or more.

The Fall in Love Print Sale starts tomorrow October 1st and goes until October 7th.

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