Today marks three years since we lost Robin Williams. I thought about sharing one of my favorite memories of Robin. The first time I saw him was on Happy Days. I fell in love with him and I hoped he would be a rising star. I was so glad when Mork and Mindy first came out in 1978. I watched it every week. I love and miss Robin so much.
Happy birthday Zelda Williams. I hope you have a wonderful birthday.
Robin would have been 66 years old today. Happy birthday Robin. I love you and miss you so much. I wish you were still here.
Happy birthday to Zak Williams.
Robin’s kids have decided to auction off some of his bikes. You can learn more about it on Robin Williams fan site.
I was a victim of cyber stalking 4 years ago when some crazy foolish bitch came out of nowhere and began attacking me for what I assume are my politics as I was somewhat open politically and sometimes spoke out on what I support and oppose so I chose to keep my politics to myself all together. I have a feeling she was a fan of Grant Wilson who used to be on a show called Ghost Hunters but left in 2012 to spend more time with his family and pursue a career in graphic design. I’m not going to mention her name because she knows who she is. I blocked her from posting on my blogs and from facebook. I left fan pop because she was using it to cyber stalk me. I am not crazy. I am no longer a fan of Grant and I deleted my blog I had dedicated to him. It’s sad so many people can be so heartless and mean. I recognized some of Robin’s fans from the paranormal community so I decided to post this on here.
Comic/Actor Chevy Chase and Robin Williams perform at The Front Row, near Cleveland, OH, spring 1982
By the time you’re reading this, it’s become history in our world of the never-ending news-cycle. Now that it’s history, where were you when you found out about Robin Williams’ death? I received the news via an alert on my mobile e-mail, just like I did about five years previous when I learned of pop star Michael Jackson’s death.
Indeed, I have seen scores of great performers pass over the years, but with Jackson and Williams, it hit me a little bit harder. I saw both Michael Jackson and Robin Williams perform live.
About 30 years ago I attended the Jackson family’s Victory concert on a cold evening on Ohio’s north coast. I felt the urge to witness a legend. To this day, I’m proud that I spent the funds – $30 at the…
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Two years ago today, the world lost Robin Williams. I love you Robin with all my heart. I miss you forever. You will always be in my heart. I will not be watching any tribute videos to Robin today because it would be too hard for me so I will watch some over the weekend instead maybe.
I updated the biography page.