I’m sorry for my tardiness in getting today’s edition of Daily Duranie out! As most readers know, I’m the mom of 3 – their ages span from 13 (and she tells me that she’s “almost 14” now, which threatens to add more worry lines to my face at every passing moment) down to two and a half. They are all home today, and we’ve been working hard to get the house into order and some of the cooking done for tomorrow, because for America – it’s Thanksgiving.
With tomorrow being our holiday of giving thanks, I would like to give out my own thanks here on the blog. I know it’s not very Duran-related, but I’ll do my best!
I am thankful for my writing partner Amanda, because she continues to make me laugh, make me think about things differently…and let’s face it, she’s one heck of a touring partner. Looking forward to 2011!!!!
I am thankful for my Duranie friends, both those that have come to mean far more to me, and those that I’ve only walked a short time with along the way.
I am thankful for our crazy, mixed up fan community. We are a fantastic case study…that’s all I can say. I look forward to seeing all of you on tour next year!
I am thankful for DuranDuranFans.com because it was my very first Duran home away from home. My best friends were met through that site, and I often wonder where I would have ended up without it!
I am thankful for my family, as insane as it is. We’ll just leave it at that. 😀
I am thankful for the band…because without it, I’d probably be stuck writing about 60’s pop culture, or maybe nothing at all! It’s about the music, the friends, the constant learning, and the constant complaining we all do about whatever decision you’ve made most recently. Good times, good times. 🙂 I laugh and poke fun, but what you give us, your blood, sweat, tears and music – are truly a gift. Thank you….can’t wait to see you all on tour even if you have NO idea who I am. (perhaps that’s a good thing)
Thank you readers. I hope our blog makes you laugh, and maybe even think a little. We might not always hit the nail on the head with what you believe, but I hope it at least gives you something to think about.
Happy Thanksgiving – whether or not you live in the US and celebrate the holiday, I believe we all have something to be thankful for. Peace!