I am 39 years old. I was raised in Little Elm, Texas. Actually, I grew up on a dirt road in Denton county outside the city limits of Little Elm. I graduated from Little Elm High School. I worked doing construction with my father, Ray Blair throughout high school and college. I came from a hard working family and learned early on the importance of an honest hard day's work. Dad and I built a few homes, I learned to operate several different types of heavy equipment, and the end of my construction career was primarily as a welder for Dad building fences and buildings. I worked doing construction with Dad right up until I began medical school. I attended the University Of North Texas in Denton just 20 miles from home. I chose UNT because it was nearby home. I worked hard in college and slowly but surely (5.5 yrs) got my Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. After I completed medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston I chose to go to residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth at the largest family medicine residency program in the country. I was Vice President of Housestaff in 2005-2006 and then Chief Resident in 2006-2007. These were both great honors because I was elected by my peers for these duties. I completed my residency training at JPS in July 2007 and contracted with Ennis Regional Medical Center to open my practice in Ennis, Texas in August 2007.