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Dreaming about Robin

When I dream about Robin it makes me happy. We have fun together. Sorry if this sounds weird to you.

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Four Years Ago Today

Four years ago today the world lost a great comedian and actor named Robin Williams. Today, we celebrate his life by watching one of his movies and thinking happy thoughts about him. It took me a while to get over his passing but I’m over it now. I love and miss him so much. I look forward to watching one of his movies tonight.

Robin’s Birthday

I hope you all enjoyed Robin’s birthday yesterday. I did. I watched a video about him on youtube.

NOEL

I’m going to watch Noel tonight. I know Robin doesn’t have a big role in this movie but I think it’s a good movie.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CODY WILLIAMS

Happy birthday to Robin’s youngest son Cody.

PUZZLES

If you like puzzles, you can find lots of puzzles on Jigsaw Planet. They have lots of puzzles of Robin Williams. 

Jigsaw Planet

THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH RACE

I used to like Woopie Goldburg. I thought she was a good actress and I still do. A few years ago, she got political and I lost my respect for her. I stopped liking her after she got political. I think celebrities should keep their opinions to themselves. I feel the same way about Robert DeNiro and Rosie O’Donnall  who I used to like too. I know this is off topic but Robin was close friends with Whoopie and Billy Crystal. I still love Robin and I always have.

Remembering Robin

What do you do to remember Robin? I watch his movies, videos of him on youtube and stuff like that.

I thought you might like this.

James Belarde “Comedy can be a cathartic way to deal with personal trauma.” -Robin Williams August 11, 2014 is a date I remember vividly for two reasons. For one, it was the day my medical class at Columbia University observed its White Coat Ceremony, officially marking our matriculation. It was also the day comedian Robin […]

via Robin Williams and the Ability to Console with Humor — Medical and Health Humanities

Three Years

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.