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The Worst Thing In Life – You’ll Be Missed Robin Williams

” If you accomplish one thing today, please let it be making yourself and others feel happy and loved. No one should feel alone. Go and hug your family and tell them you love them. Encourage them. Support them. Show them love. It’s the best thing we can do all day.”
– Lesley (Bucket List Publications)
I’ve been following Lesley’s blog for quite some time now. She has been an inspiration to me from the getgo because she has dreams and isn’t afraid to chase them. Like me, and many other I presume, she is shaken by the news of Robin William’s death. Her post is a great reminder of how sneaky depression is and calls for a reflection on the subject.


Thirty-something year old discovering the joys and bumps of motherhood.

5 thoughts on “The Worst Thing In Life – You’ll Be Missed Robin Williams

  1. Quelle chance vous avez d’avoir des grand-parents qui vous aimes de façon inconditionnelle. Bien sûr nous t’aimons aussi XX

  2. Comme nous étions au camping, nous n’étions pas au courant de cette triste nouvelle… J’adorais Robin Williams. Il était un acteur très talentueux… et semblait très sympathique… Oui, il faut être à l’écoute des gens qu’on aime et ne pas avoir peur de leur dire et de leur montrer l’importance qu’ils ont dans notre vie. Je me trouve tellement chanceuse d’avoir des enfants formidables, un petit-fils adorable, un conjoint et des parents que j’adore.

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