Happy birthday to Robin’s oldest son Zak Williams. I hope you’re having a wonderful day.
Robin’s first appearance on Happy Days was in February 1978 as Mork from Ork. This led him to star in his own TV show called Mork and Mindy which first aired on September 14, 1978. Mork and Mindy lasted for four seasons.
Four years ago, I was cyberstalked by some bitch. She posted hateful, hurtful and negative things about me. I will not mention her name because she knows who she is. I closed my accounts on live journal and fan pop because of her. She created accounts on those sites to bully and harass me. I blocked her from facebook and from posting comments on my blogs. I also reported her to her Internet Service Provider. After doing research on her, I found out she lives in Florida and is in her 50’s. Judging from her baseless childish attacks against me for no apparent reason other than extreme jealousy, she seemed more like a 3 or 4 year old child. I do not hate. I decided to keep my word press account because I knew closing it would let her win and I don’t want to let her and others like her win. I kind of expected to be hated on again by other trolls like her after losing Robin but fortunately, that has not happened yet and I hope it never will happen. I suspect she was a Ghost Hunters/Grant Wilson fan so I stopped posting on the TAPS blogs. If you don’t know who Grant Wilson is, he used to be on a paranormal show called Ghost Hunters. He left the show in 2012 after the season 8 spring finale to spend more time with his family and pursue other interests. I used to have a blog for him as well which I have since deleted because I don’t like him anymore. Now I have nothing to do with the paranormal community. I had a couple ghostly encounters when I was little so I do believe in ghosts but I remain very skeptical when it comes to ghost photos and videos. I don’t believe everything I read or see.
Unlike many fan pages and fan sites for Robin Williams, I decided to start this blog/site when he was still alive. I had no idea I would be turning this blog into a memorial blog months after I started it. Just so you know, I am not a writer and I never have been. I don’t claim to be a writer either. I may start writing fan fiction about Robin in the coming weeks after I finish a book I’m reading and I hope you enjoy it.
What a sweet man he was. I never read anything bad about him.
This week we were all extremely saddened to hear about the death of our beloved Actor Robin Williams. He brought laughter to so many and starred in countless movies. I had the incredible honor of working with him on a few projects and wanted to share one of my fond memories of him with y’all.
The first time I met Robin Williams was when I worked with Columbia Tristar (UK division) in 1999. At the time I lived in the UK and he had come to do his promotional tour there for his movie “Jacob The Liar” . I was soooo excited to be offered the job as his makeup artist and I humbly and gratefully accepted :-).
It was early morning and being known as the “funny guy” I naively thought that he was going to come in happy and full of life (why I have no idea as…
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It’s been reported Mork and Mindy will be shown on Antenna TV starting January 2016. Please check your listings for the time and channel in your area. You can also by the complete series of Mork and Mindy on DVD.
Happy New Year from Robin Williams Memorial Blog.
It’s been a little more than one year since Robin Williams chose to leave us on his own terms. I try to avoid using the word suicide because I know there is a suicide culture particularly among pre-teens, teenagers and young adults and particularly among people who are gay, lesbian and transgendered. I guess it’s easier for some people to commit suicide than it is for them to live with the stigma of being gay or transgendered. I feel sorry for people who are gay or transgendered and can not come out to their family and friends do to fear of rejection by their peers. I think everyone should be able to be free to express their true feelings without fear. I’m not trying to judge the L.B.T.G. community. I know celebrities can be a strong influence on pre-teens, teens and young adults. I’m not saying Robin was gay because he was as straight as a pin. He was not the first celebrity to commit suicide and he won’t be the last.
Robin like many other comedians had life long depression. He didn’t just develop it because his show was canceled. His depression may have come from the fact he had a lonely childhood and spent hours in the attic of his home entertaining himself. His widow Susan said earlier this month that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in May of last year which was around the time his show was canceled. Even worse was the fact the autopsy report that came out last November said he had Lewy Body Dementia. He clearly knew something was horribly wrong when he started having trouble finding words and remembering things. His increasing confusion and realization of what was really happening to him was sadly and unfortunately enough to send him over the edge. He lived to entertain and his ability to entertain was slowly being taken away from him in both his mind and his body. No offense, I don’t believe any of the conspiracy theories people have concocted about his untimely passing. I do not blame Susan for what happened at all like some of his fans have. I guess when a celebrity dies by their own hand, some of their fans want someone to blame.
It’s time for me to move on. I still watch Robin’s movies and I always will. I’m going to keep this blog which I have dedicated to his memory. I love and miss him the same as any other fan. I wouldn’t have dedicated this blog to his memory if I didn’t love him. No, I am not crazy because I love him. I still cry for him and I hope someday I can remember him without tears.
I’m thankful we had Robin with us as long as we did. He did not give up. He wasn’t a quitter. He was a fighter and he fought until the very end. He lived to entertain and when that was taken away from him, he knew he would have to give it up. He knew what was happening to him and he chose to do what he thought was best for him.