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Alton Gansky

Outstanding, McNair. A fine post and one that elevates blogdom several notches. I'm tempted to drive from SoCal to San Francisco next time I need my locks "edited." --AG


Came over here from Alton Ganksy's blog. Glad he shared the link. That was so inspiring. Thank you!

Paul Finley

McNair, it's been months since we conversed, and sadly Finleyworld has not kept up with the world the Finleys live in, but your latest is as inspiring as ever. I hope to write you again soon. Have a GLORIOUS day! Your friend in Christ, Paul


Now THAT is an awesome illustration. Thx for sharing this McNair, and pls send my Rocky Mountain gratitude to Bibbo!


oh mcnair - you exude glory!

i just love a great haircut given by a glory-bearer - it's redemption itself isn't it?


Really astounding. I love Bibbo already and have obviously never met him - but the Glory he bears has now reached Abilene, Texas. Very good question you pose. "Are you ready to live your glory?" As much as I desire to, am I ready?


Excellent challenge! Thank you.

Kristy Dykes

Interesting that hairdresser Bibbo refers to "glory." The Bible calls a woman's hair her glory.

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