Irish Blessing

Bill Cannon


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Philadelphia, PA - United States

Thank You Tony and Christine!!

San Diego, CA - United States

Congratulations, Bill. Well done :-)

Norman, OK - United States

Congrats on your sale Bill!

Philadelphia, PA - United States

Thank You Nandika and Reid!!

Nagpur, Ma - India

Great and congratulation on sale announcement.

Greensboro, GA - United States

Congrats, Bill! You have been hot as of late, have you?......Carry On!

Philadelphia, PA - United States

Thank You Linda, Marie, Lainie, B, Robert, Steven and Anne Elizabeth!!

Smithfield, VA - United States

I needed this too. Love this Irish blessings. Congrats on sale.

Nashville, TN - United States

Love this Bill! I needed that today. Congrats on your sale!

Fort Worth, TX - United States

Congratulations Bill, nice!

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Dallas, TX - United States

Hello Bill! Love your Irish Blessing; congratulations on your sale!

Easton, Ma - United States

Congratulations Bill .... on the sale of this lovely Blessing!

Largo, FL - United States

congratulations Bill. Well done

Haskell, TX - United States

Congratulations to you Bill on your Irish Blessing work!

Plymouth Meeting , PA - United States

Thank You Sonali, Georgia and Linda!!

Pahoa, Hi - United States


Chabreloche, Au - France

Congrats on your sale. Great sentiments!

North Brunswick, NJ - United States


Plymouth Meeting , PA - United States

Thank You Donna!!

Calgary, AB - Canada

Please excuse my error - Hello Bill. Rats and I don't even have long nails.

Calgary, AB - Canada

Hell Bill. This art would be great for the entrance to an Irish pub! My family has little sayings we post around our walls. This is very nice. Warm regards, Donna Munro

Plymouth Meeting , PA - United States

Thank You Joe Jake!!

Kerrville, TX - United States

Irish, I've got red hair, Irish and Welsh ancestors. I like this. I learned once that the Irish called the potato a 'pratie' Keep posting Bill

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