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At 3:25pm on May 17, 2011, Christi U. said…
Hey Doug, during the day, I work in a music library/archive, The Center for Popular Music in TN. We just got in your Crawdads, Doodlebugs, & Creasy Greens. I look forward to adding it to the collection. :)
At 8:30pm on March 7, 2010, Michael Wright said…
After we achieved a quorum amongst the tellers, it looks like the weekend of November 5-6-7, 2010, Doug. Nothing up on the web yet. Still last year's program.
At 10:50pm on April 9, 2009, Randel McGee said…

It is great to hear from you! I will try the email you suggested. You can check out my adventures at under Travel Log. More soon...
At 2:25am on December 1, 2008, Mike Lockett said…
Hi, Doug - I need to thank you! Your harmonica playing at Jonesborough and on one of the NSN albums gave me confidence to start playing my own harmonica in some of my programs. I am not in your class - but am still having fun learning to add more music to my stories. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us. I did my own sharing in the field of education for 33 years and told my tales mostly in schools. I always was working when other tellers got to travel to the festivals and conferences and mingle with other storytelllers. I retired 3 1/2 years ago to begin telling stories full time. So - I now get to see my heroes like you and so many other tellers. I look forward to meeting you in person some time and continuing to listen and learn. Sincerely, Mike Lockett
At 8:19pm on October 8, 2008, Pam Holcomb said…
Hi Doug:

We met at the NSN conference in Gatlinburg. If you'll remember we talked about your son Todd in the parking lot of the hotel. I was delighted to see him in Jonesboro. I'm sorry that I never got to touch base with you.

Take care,
At 6:23pm on August 18, 2008, Mylinda Butterworth said…
Hi Doug;
I surely enjoyed walkin' the walk in a little piece of the Smokies with you at the NSN conference. Too bad it couldn't have lasted longer.

MyLinda Butterworth
At 10:36pm on May 20, 2008, Penny Walter said…
A good friend gave me your ground hog cd because they knew I love storytelling.
Now I'm really into Ground hogs too!
At 12:35pm on May 7, 2008, Randel McGee said…

Hello! It's good to see you are on the YES group. I have tried several times in the past to e-mail you to say hello, but my e-mails always bounced back. Anyway, you can catch up with what i have been doing on my website at .
Best wishes!
At 11:16am on March 18, 2008, Lawrence Howard said…
Hi Doug, how are you??? Glad to see you here. I want to tell you how much I enjoyed your midnight cabaret performance at J'bro a few years ago --- I thought you were brilliant. We have some friends who met on Groundhog Day and then married on Groundhog Day a year later, and they asked us to tell some groundhog stories at ther wedding!! We didn't exactly have a repertoire of groundhog stories at our fingertips so we listened to Groundhogology a few times for inspiration. We wound up doing some other research and eventually told, not exactly a groundhog story, but some really interesting historical stuff about the meaning of groundhog day; its origins as Candlemas, the cross-quarter day when folks would take stock and see if they had enough food to make it through the remainder of the winter, ect. Then we told a story about King Solomon's beautiful groundhog -- I mean, beautiful daughter. Doug, you are a great inspiration and I look forward to being your friend and getting to know you. Lawrence.
At 1:49pm on March 15, 2008, Richard Stillman said…
Dear Doug,

I met you years ago when we were both at the Omega Center.

All the best

Richard Stillman



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