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LaureeAshcom

i love you, mcnair. you always encourage me at that perfect moment...

i wish you woukd follow me on twitter.... you were the first person i ever followed... lol..

mcnair wilson

Thanks, Lauree. I have not posted as much recently as so much time (and creative brains cells) were taken up completing my newest book, "HATCH!" Now that is done (and at the printer) I will be able to get posting again. I am also thinking about doing a short video blog on some of my favorite topics. Stand by.

Don Crane

What a great story and a great song...feels like my days on a regular basis. Thank you for being such an inspiration to all us "opening acts." I need to smell the felt markers.....:)

mcnair wilson

Thanks for checking in,DON! I am a long-time fan of this singer, but cannot recall this moment at the CMAs. BTW, Have you ordered my new book yet? Many pre-read it for me (including several who have never heard me speak of teach in person) all reported being inspired by the stories, examples, and ideas in HATCH! Check out the latest post of Tea with McNair ...above. Be sure to DOWNLOAD the FREE PDF of the first 20 pages (entire opening chapter.)

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