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Heidi Renee

ah, thanks McNair! Having your eyes, ears and heart in that seat seeing my 10' size head on that film for the first time really meant a lot to me - and knowing that I didn't fully embarrass myself was very reassuring too!

I just can't wait to see it!

McNair

Heidi, you are not even a little bit embarrassing in the 1000 Journals film, not for a moment. As I have told you, and many others, you are heroic. One of the strongest emotional moments in a film that is filled with life and inspiration.

Mc

Claudia Rohling

Hello!
I saw your entry in "Creative Souls" and had to read what you had to say about the film! I can't wait to see it! You have a great blog and great energy! I will enjoy reading all of it. I also do creativity workshops. It's nice to get to know you!
Best wishes,
Claudia

sandyzs

I was so excited when I came across your blog and this article. I am just beginning my journey through sketch journals but can spend hours looking at others. I definitely want to see this film. The links you provide through the article will keep me busy all evening. I've bookmarked your blog because it looks so interesting and full of great articles. thanks.

s

madhungrymind

Thank you for this post--the feature on Moleskinerie tipped me off to the new 1001 Journals project for the first time. That is GREAT news--I loved the results of the original project. Cheers!

Wes

...hey McNair-man!

...we need to be in touch

...have left both email and voice mail for you

...are you still on the planet?

...did you fall into your journal and close the cover?

...holler soon

...and thanx!

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