I really am still so stunned that such an amazing loving man is no longer with us. I have a few friends , some very very close to me that is on depression medication everyday. I cant imagine feeling so low that the only good escape that sounds reasonable is to take your life. Suicide and Depression are serious and its not anything to ever take lightly.
My mom and I both own Birdcage. Its our " Go TO" movie that we never get tired off and can watch over and over. We always watch it when we're together and that wont be any different next month when I visit Mom in Montana.
There has been some very touching and sweet moments coming out today from other celebs who knew Robin Williams. If you are on Twitter- you need to read posts from Norm McDonald. Conan O'Brien was visibly stunned and shocked as he was wrapping up his show last night and got the word. He was very respectful and showed class. ( He's normally not one of my favorites).
I remember as a kid watching every single episode of Mork and Mindy. I looked so forward to the show coming on every week. Remember when Mork made a guest appearance on Happy Day's ? Happy Days was another show I faithfully watched along with Laverne and Shirley. Mork wanted to know about men dating women and was asking Fonzi.
Is it silly that I have been sad all day and nearly on the verge of tears over someone in Hollywood? I also think of the St Jude commercials with him in them and how they may not show those anymore.
Here are some of the pictures I've seen and posted on Facebook and Instagram.
I was in 8th grade living in Coronado when Popeye came out. He of course played Popeye and Shelley Duvall played Olive Oyl. It was such a fun movie at the time which brings back memories.
Do you remember his stand up album? It was a little rated R but it was so funny.
So i'm rambling now as memories keep popping up with all his movies.
Here is one of my favorite scenes from Birdcage.