I Miss Him

He made me smile




I miss what he did for us.

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41 thoughts on “I Miss Him

  1. Ann Koplow says:

    This reminds me of my father. Thank you.

    • You’re welcome Ann. It’s actually about Robin Williams. But I purposefully didn’t put his name in the post (just the tags) because I think there are so many people who do this for us. And we miss them….

  2. ivors20 says:

    I know the feeling and frailties xx

  3. This could apply to so many…those who we lost in life, even those we lost to their own life. Lovely.

    • Thank you Van. I remember when I had my very first surgery in life, I was a brand new mother, “war” had entered the late ’80’s and I was awake and alone late at night in the hospital. I turned on the tv and watched Robin Williams win an emmy or golden globe, or something, he made me laugh, and from that moment on I think he remained ‘special’ to me because he made me laugh and gave me comfort.

  4. tric says:

    Yes. Me too. x

  5. All previous sentiments are shared here.

  6. goldenbrodie says:

    I want him back. Everyday I miss him. We share this with so many others.

  7. Awww,I miss my big brother.

  8. Handsome fellow, and I see the family hair!

  9. Debra says:

    I didn’t at first read the tags and the comments came later, too. My first impression was that this was about your father…and I thought he looked like Robin Williams. LOL! I was thinking of the great actor/comedian the other day when a particular movie was referenced, and it really made me sad to think of how he left us. He was such a favorite of mine! A very nice remembrance, Colleen.

    • Thank you Debra. He does, and always has, reminded me of my ‘family’. I see a lot of similarities. But oh how sad I was the day he died. And the why and the how. Such pain he was in. I pray for peace for him.

  10. Very sad when famous people (anyone, really!) take their own life. 😦

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