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Ok McNair. I have been reading your blog for quite a while. I have been thinking about leaving a comment for a couple of weeks now. I have had the full intention to tell you thanks for continuing to blog. I check it frequently. I have been meaning to say thanks for the book recommendations. (I thoroughly enjoyed Madeline L'Engles "Walking on Water".) I am trying to tap the God-given creativity that I have allowed to go dormant. You are encouraging me to find it. Since you are writing (to me!) about procrastination, I guess it's time for me to say "Thanks for doing what you're doing."



i have been meaning to come read and comment since you tweeted this link out but i put it off :-)

i keep getting sidetracked by urgent things... i wonder if the steps you mention can help me control my life not the stuff. hmmmm...

thank you for being you mcnair

Tina Parker

I am sure that you will understand this. When you posted this, I ordered the book immediately from Amazon. I had it by the first of May. I opened the box Memorial Day. I showed it to my son a little later in June. He noted that the book did not seem to be read yet. Monday (August 29th), I couldn't find the book. I called the boy at Auburn. He texted back the next day that yes, he had it but wasn't finished with yet. Of all the DNA I had to pass down...

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