It is always nice to get feedback. I got a couple of really cool emails yesterday about my One Tree Hill Podcast.
The first was by one of my recent interviews, Alexandra Sgambati who plays a younger Peyton the One Tree Hill movie storyline. Alex was great and when the podcast ran with her interview this week I sent her the link. She emailed me back and said she listened to the whole podcast and it sounded great and wished me luck on everything in the future.
It is funny. You never know what a word or a gesture will mean to someone else. I emailed her back and told her it was my pleasure and I was sure I would be able to say I knew her when later down the road.
Alex emailed back and said I didn't know what that comment meant to her. It was a nice gesture and I truly do think she is going to go far in her persuits of acting. So, good luck Alex, though I don't think you will need it.
I also got a message from a listener of the podcast who said she started watching One Tree Hill last January after her niece got her hooked. She then got caught up on the show on SoapNet. She then said she had also been catching up on my podcasts and said I was doing a great job.
You never know who is listening when you do a podcast like mine. I started the podcast last May just to get my views out. I never really put very much thought into who might be listening. I was doing it for myself and some friends. But then it kind of grew and now the podcast kind of has a life of its own. Which is kind of scary at times.
I really enjoy doing the podcast, especially all the interviews. But, it is out there on the wonderful internet, and you really don't know who might be listening. Which can be kind of daunting.
But then I get nice comments or reviews and it kind of makes it all worth while.
8 years ago