Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday. It is a chance to pause amid our busy everyday lives and take a look back and appreciate the blessings we’ve received. It is a time to remember the tribulations we’ve overcome and eat so much Turkey we go into a post Thanksgiving dinner coma, waking up just in time to watch some good old college football.
November is also an important month for Daytime Confidential. This month the Daytime Confidential Podcast celebrates its third anniversary–and almost 500 episodes–while DaytimeConfidential.com turns two. So much has happened in the wonderful world of soaps during that time, it’s almost hard to believe we're at the end of the year. I can't express how much fun the readers and listeners have made it for me and the Daytime Confidential team everyday. You keep us on our toes, debate with us about the latest news and storylines (both here on the blog and on Twitter) and help bring humor during the more depressing periods (i.e. Chuck Pratt’s reign of terror). For this, I am oh so thankful. Without you, the reader and listener, Daytime Confidential would not be possible.
In celebrating Daytime Confidential’s birthday, I am pleased to “officially” announce the launch of our new Daytime Confidential Forums. The new Daytime Confidential Forums are fully integrated into the Daytime Confidential, TV Fan Online, and Movie Junkie Online system.This should make it easy and fun to drop by and hang out, discuss and debate your favorite soaps, stars, characters, primetime TV series, or the latest movies with the friends and frenemies you’ve made in the comments on the blog. I hope you’ll enjoy this new feature and that it will add to your Daytime Confidential experience.
Last, but certainly not least, I am thankful for Daytime Confidential’s amazing team of contributors. Whether their contribution be large or small, on the podcast or off, each has helped Daytime Confidential’s explosive growth in 2009 and made it what it is in some way. To them, for this, I say thank you.
May each of you have a happy and safe Thanksgiving and holiday season.