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McNair ~ Have had a wonderful time strolling through your blog just now. Great tribute to B.C., and the invitation to not act our age (heaven forbid!), and so much other golded, gilded stuff. All feels sweeter now. Thanks for being a friend to my day.


How nice to find you.
It's true about how you present yourself....so often, when I get into an elevator, there will be a person already in it with such a ferociously unfriendly look that I recoil. So I make sure that if I'm the first person in said elevator I keep my expression pleasant. Mirrors, you know.

Cheers, Colette

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You've right this is another article piece,, In the restaurant its nice place to have a meeting and deal a client.!! Good ambiance I think.!!

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    As a freelance stage director / Artist-in-Residence :: two stints at Huntington University (Indiana.) At Huntington our production of ALICE IN WONDERLAND featured an inventive cast including (L-R photo at top): Kylie Edmonds as Doormouse; Mr.Jeffrey Blossom as March Hair; McNair Wilson, Director; Lauralee Brautigam as Alice; and the indefatigable Daniel Neil Olson as a very Mad Hatter. (Photo by Mr. Mike Burnett.) I love directing for the stage–call me, TODAY!
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