Licensed in the state of Virginia, Pat has experience officiating a wide range weddings. She has previously officiated interfaith and non-religious ceremonies, as well as rehearsals and vow renewals. Couples will be able to work with Pat to customize their wedding-day vows.
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Jessi Williams · married on 10/21/2018
Pat made our service so beautiful & elegant. The words she used really touched the guests. Afterward many of them told us how moved they were. She was always available & answered any questions we had. Would recommend to any couple , including those of the LGBTQ community . Thank you so very much Pat.
Kelly · married on 09/30/2018
Pat was our officiant for our wedding at Maymont Italian Garden this past weekend. My husband and I loved working with her. She is one of the sweetest people we have ever met. She was very professional throughout the entire process and was willing to meet with us a few weeks before the ceremony to review how the ceremony was going to go. Her beautiful words are something we will always remember. Thank you Pat for all your kindness and making our day so special!
Currently, the average cost of a wedding is more than $20,000, making it one of the most expensive life events. In fact, it’s more expensive than the cost of most births (even without insurance), most first cars, home down payments, and funerals. For many students who receive scholarships, even four years of college can cost less than a one-day wedding!
Ah, the honeymoon. This is probably the wedding event brides and grooms look forward to the most, you know, after walking down the aisle. But it's not as simple as saying "I do" and hopping on a plane — there happens to be a lot of exhaustive planning involved. So, I enlisted two people who know way more than you about travel: Renee Meyer, founder of Unforgettable Honeymoons (basically an expert travel agency just for deal-seeking honeymooners), and Marsha-Ann Brown, Sandals Resorts' director of romance (yes, that's a real job title), to answer all your burning questions about the once-in-a-lifetime trip you're about to take.
A wedding officiating service in Richmond, Virginia, Wedding Officiant in Virginia helps design each couple’s dream wedding. Through building a lasting relationship, marriage officiant and minister Pat Hudson writes words that are meaningful for the couple so they can remember their vows for a lifetime. With overwhelming joy and the feeling of seeing two people in love, Pat offers words that speak to the couple and their story.
Hello! My name is Pat Hudson & I am honored to spend your special day with you and your loved one!
I am a wife, mom, and grandmother.
Traveling Virginia performing weddings is my passion!
I was Ordained in 2002 and started performing weddings that same year. In the past four years I have had the honor of performing over 300 weddings in Virginia ❤
I was a Top Pro on one wedding site and Couples Choice award on another multiple times. I strive to give my brides the best service possible.
We believe that if you love someone, you should have the legal right, no matter who or where. To Love, Cherish and Marry in Virginia. Freedom2MarryVA@Gmail & https://www.facebook.com/pg/weddingofficiantvirginia is Honored to Bring Together All That Love One Another. Love knows no barriers. All Are Welcome. Love is Love & Love See's No Boundaries!
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The term originated in combat aviation in various international military aviation communities shortly before and after the advent of fighter jets. Pilots flying in formation, especially when in combat training or in actual aerial combat, refer to the pilot immediately next to them (traditionally on their right, sometimes on either side) as their "wingman" (i.e. the man on their wing). In actual aerial combat pilots are often trained to attack and defend in pairs watching out for each other, thereby making the term even more clearly demonstrated. The term is also very commonly used in combat aviation on longer range aviation patrols which are often carried out by only two fighter planes, sometimes manned by only two pilots depending on the type of aircraft. On these two plane patrols (Air Force) or "watches" (Naval Aviators flying protective patterns around surface vessels on timed intervals) referring to the pilot that an aviator is teamed with on patrol as their "wingman" is very common.
A person in power who operates in secret, posing behind a facade or puppet. Their intentions may be nefarious or may be good.
The term derives from the Wizard of Oz, in which the "wizard" is eventually revealed to be an old man behind a curtain projecting a terrifying persona through a Tesla-esque smokescreen.
Edith Bolling Galt Wilson is an example of a man behind the curtain. Her husband, President Woodrow Wilson, had a stroke during his second term. During that time, Edith effectively ran the Executive branch in secret, carrying "messages" from her husband's bedside that were actually her own orders. By all accounts, she was a decent president.
Another example is James Baker III, who served as President Reagan's Secretary of State (1981-84) and of the Treasury (1984-89). It is widely speculated that President Reagan suffered from nuerodegeneration brought on by his old age during his second term. During that time James Baker effectively ran the country as if he were Reagan.
During the Cold War, many communist states were "ruled" by shadow governments under the thumb of the USSR. In such cases (like Cuba, for example), Moscow was the man behind the curtain and the curtain was the shadow government.
Synonyms include: secret boss, puppet master, brains of the outfit.
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Mix crab, bread crumbs, butter, mustard, eggs and seasonings. Add enough evaporated milk to form soft patties. Fry until brown in deep fat.
“And don’t forget to Sprinkle 1/2 cup of Pitty Pat TLC on top!”
Prepare pie crust. For Filling: In a large mixing bowl, combine eggs, corn syrup, granulated sugar, brown sugar, butter, vanilla and salt. Mix Well. Stir in chopped pecans and bourbon. Pat chocolate pieces lightly onto bottom of pastry shell. Pour filling atop chocolate pieces. Arrange pecan halves atop
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