My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland. Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year… so good, right?! Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your

happy saint patrick’s day

Personal

March 17, 2014

FILED IN:

POSTED ON:

DSC_8143
My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland.  Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year…  so good, right?!  Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your green!  And what better was to celebrate than with an Irish wedding blessing!

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow

May the soft winds freshen your spirit

May the sunshine brighten your heart

May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you

And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.

 

DSC_8143
My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland.  Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year…  so good, right?!  Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your green!  And what better was to celebrate than with an Irish wedding blessing!

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow

May the soft winds freshen your spirit

May the sunshine brighten your heart

May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you

And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.

 

DSC_8143
My last name used to be Hammond, in case some of you didn’t know that, and Hammond is an English/Irish name (it depends on which website you look at) but I think it was my great, great grandfather came to the US in 1861 from Ireland.  Naturally since I’m Irish I try and show my Irish pride once a year…  so good, right?!  Haha! So I hope that you all are enjoying your Saint Patrick’s Day and showing off your green!  And what better was to celebrate than with an Irish wedding blessing!

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow

May the soft winds freshen your spirit

May the sunshine brighten your heart

May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you

And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

COMMENTS -

  1. katie

    March 17th, 2014 at 3:36 PM

    Happy St. Patty’s!!!!!!!