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Howdy! I’m Connie Hogan and I’m from the big state of
Okay, I guess I’ve stalled enough…a few things about me. I’ve been happily married for thirty years and have two beautiful daughters. I’m a retired teacher, love Texas Rangers baseball (they were in the World Series last year, you know!) love to travel, (actually, I would love to travel more) read, play golf, and just recently, I’ve taken up running in an occasional 5k race. Oh, and I’m a “Die Hard” fan of Moonlighting.
I’m one of those that fell for Moonlighting during its first rerun in the summer, after it debuted in the Spring of 1985. I fell hard for the show and was hooked after “The Next Murder You Hear.” Though, now I believe had I seen the pilot first they would have had me at the first “hellos.” As most of us have said, life happened over the years, Moonlighting left us, came back a couple of times and then decided to stay forever, all packaged up in a DVD collection. I didn’t know it was possible to fall in love with TV show, one that was twenty plus years old, at that. But, I fell and fell hard when I discovered the first season at my local bookstore one day. And because life happened, I found that there were actually other people just like me via the Internet.
And then it hit me…fan fiction! (I’m pretty sure it left a bruise…) One could actually change the outcome of an episode, or God help me, an entire season! I was a goner when I came upon Virtual Moonlighting. David and Maddie had survived the fifth season! And my broken heart was on the mend.
I consider myself fortunate to have “met along the way”
friends (some as far away as
I’m thrilled, flattered and honored to be a part of Virtual Moonlighting’s re-launch. I’ve waited for that day (as I’m sure many of you have) where I could feed my obsession on a regular basis. And in all honesty, all I really wanted was to find out what David was trying to tell Maddie before the gosh darned lights went out! I never dreamed I’d be a part of the writing team.
So…that’s about it…ya’ll come see me down here in