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Paula's Soapbox Live

Several weeks ago I announced that I would be unveiling some new features on "Paula's Soapbox" in honor of the one year anniversary which is on May 28th. A few nights ago I announced that one of those features would be a new look for the blog, something that I hope will be both aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly. That is still in the works, but may take some time to fully implement. However, I am very excited to report that I will be unveiling another new feature that takes effect this week. On Friday night at 11:00 PM central time, "Paula's Soapbox" is going live, on the air, through blog talk radio. I will still be submitting blog posts, the live show will just be an extension of that. On the show I plan to give weekly recaps of both General Hospital and Days of Our Lives to get you caught up before each show airs the following week. I have scheduled a short podcast this Friday so there probably will not be time for me to take callers for that particular show, but I suspect I will be asking people to call in to future episodes. I realize Friday's time is rather late and some of you may miss it as a result, but the show should be archived shortly after completion so those that want can listen later. I have placed a widget under the tab "Paula's Soapbox Live" where you can listen to any archived shows and/or visit the main site of "Paula's Soapbox Live" on, where you can listen and participate in live shows. I hope you enjoy the new features because I have been looking forward to bringing them to you!


  1. Thanks! So far you are the only one who seems to think so. lol!

  2. I'm on the West Coast...I can't wait to listen in and hopefully comment on GH.

  3. Paula,

    I think this is a great idea and I loved hearing you last week. It kinda puts the personality into your blog. I could tell you were nervous but you're, to quote Kipling, "You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din! "!

    So, anyone besides me getting a wee bit tired of the new Michael's pinch-faced baby look which appears to be one of the few emotive looks he has? I'm trying, really trying to make the transition.


  4. Hi Peggy!

    Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed listening to it. I definitely think there is something about blog talk radio that makes you inherently nervous. It's probably the fact that you have to listen and watch a countdown before you ever go on air, then the words "on air" start flashing, and it's like oh yeah I have to start talking now and if I mess up too bad it's live I can't start over. lol!

    Yeah, I definitely can't get onboard with the new Michael yet. I keep trying but they really picked a bad time to recast this part. I don't feel invested anymore.



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