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Mommy and me time (at Hog Barn)
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MELT ME those were some awesome designs!!!
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Awesome Mix Vol. 1
This movie was AWESOME !!! I cannot wait for the second one to come out. Is it out yet? Huh? huh? huh? yet? hurry already! LOL
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Mr. Williams you lived a giving life. You were riding a high on life that you could only reach, with whatever means you could to keep your comedic acuteness as sharp as it ever was. They say you were depressed. The mouth-speakers that will say whatever they need to confirm that you died from your own hand.A mixture of drugs or some such. They will comb over the issue of your last spoken divorce rumors and rehab stint to say that you were just not happy anymore. You couldn’t be the Robin you once were. They will probably say you were losing your bright mind. NOTHING to me will ever be able to replace your speed at which you could come across a joke. How fast your brain would react to a situation and come up with something funny to react to it. In or off color as it would have been.
I watched you my entire teenage years. Growing up to your humor is what got me to a place to where I could finally laugh on days that laughing was not possible. When I didn’t feel like I could laugh at myself or anything else, you, Mr. Williams, made me laugh. Growing up watching you as Mork, on Mork and Mindy and your humor that I really didn’t understand until years later but could laugh along to the soundtrack along with the tv…to your stint as Mrs. Doubtfire brought the pinnacle for me that men could be great nannies and that they could also bring the line drive by fruiting a whole new meaning to laughter! Good morning Vietnam was my first introduction but the rest of my life was a fantastic journey into your works. From a alien, to radio dj, to a patient loving doctor to a fruit throwing nanny to a Robot that wanted to be human and so many other pieces of work I will miss you. Mr. Williams.
I will miss you.
May you rest. Knowing the love and laughter you gave us helped those of us that had nothing to laugh at or laugh for. To see a brighter day during a time when all was dark. With love.
Sleep now Mr. Robin McLaurin Williams
Peacefully and forever.
(these are my feelings and mine only. They do not reflect anything that has been posted online or anything else. Just snippets that have been noticed online for the last few years and in interviews and etc. These are my views and words.)
Cannot wait for it to start! (at Carmike Cinemas - Highland 12 Cookeville, TN)
I lost my claddagh. I was on a trip to cleans myself of all my old memories and as I drove home I pulled in the driveway and looked down on my right hand and it was gone. Maybe that is the way it is meant to be. Now I have no ties to you anymore. Maybe that is how I am truly to move on.
I was mad at you but not anymore.
I hardly think about you anymore.
I know you don’t think about me anymore. You have her and I am more than sure you have replaced me with someone else now.
With whomever you choose.
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Wow, never thought about it like this before. :)
Glad I didn’t have to get hit over the head though!
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Perfect find in shoe store! (at Payless ShoeSource #414)
So beautiful. I would love to see the world via this view daily :) but I am afraid of heights.. LOL
Kinda hard to be in airplanes. LOL
It will have to be in photos :)
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