By Mark Edward Wilows
Picture it. The year was 1965. President Johnson was in office. The Beatles were all over the music charts. The Huntley-Brinkley report and the first televised football game are broadcast in color. And Julie Andrews first TV special airs on NBC.
Then, on November 6th out of TV sets blared the words "Like Sands Through The Hourglass, So are The Days of our Lives," and now, over four decades later and celebrating its 12,000 episode this past January 11th , those words are immortalized.