Goodbye, Joan!

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After Joan Rivers’s well-deserved, star-studded funeral there seems little left to say besides goodbye Joan and thank you. 

I grew up watching Joan Rivers on television. I have always been a night owl and I used to wake up and watch The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. My normally repressed mother loved Joan. I think it was because Joan would say things she would never dare to even think. 

Joan Rivers had a fabulous career and life. Granted, it had highs and lows. Joan was cut off by her friend and mentor Johnny Carson for starting her own talk show in 1986. And she survived the suicide of her husband, Edgar. But in the end Joan Rivers had a magnificent career. She was a star. She died at 81 doing what she loved. She was also surrounded by her beloved daughter and grandson. We should all leave this world the way she did: quickly, after a long successful life and surrounded by loved ones.Joan_RiversDavid_Shankbone.jpg

Make time for the things you enjoy and the people you love because, my darlings that is truly where the sweet life lies.

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