” TODAY” Show’s Bobbie Thomas Mourns Death of Hubby

Today contributor Bobbie Thomas is mourning the loss of her spouse Michael Marion, who died on Dec. 1. He was 42.

The style editor, 46, wrote an emotional post on Instagram about his death.

” Absolutely nothing is normal. Perhaps nothing will ever be regular again. For me, it will not. My other half is gone,” Bobbie stated in a caption of an image of herself and Michael in the medical facility. “With all the fear, anger, and department going on worldwide today, it’s so simple to get upset about the lack of normalcy. However I beg you, everyone reading this, hold onto what you do have today rather of concentrating on what you don’t. Something we all have is kindness. Absorb it, extend it, tire it. Due to the fact that in the end, the ONLY thing that matters is love. If you’re fortunate enough to have it, please appreciate it, every minute, every day. Especially throughout the hard parts. There will never suffice time and a few of our forevers are much too brief.”

Her call for gratitude continued, with, “As I type through tears, I accept thankfulness … holding our valuable kid Miles and memories, of the time I did have with Michael, closer to my damaged heart. Thank you all for the love and support you’ve shown us and our families. Please go hug the people you like.”

Michael suffered a stroke in 2019 and dealt with health problems following the experience.

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” We commemorate every little triumph.

Bobbie and Michael married in2013 In 2015, the couple welcomed their very first child Miles Marion after struggling with fertility problems.

In June, Bobbie shared a video of Michael holding Miles for the first time since his stroke.

” A moment like this – the very first time Michael had the ability to select Miles up for a hug because his stroke – is why I temporarily stepped away from social networks the previous couple of months,” she composed. “With the world zooming along in high equipment, I desired some ‘digital area’ to concentrate on being more present. In the middle of Covid, demonstrations, and more there’s never been a much better time to listen and find out. And personally, there was much to embrace – my wedding anniversary (# 7!), Dad’s Day, Miles’ last day of Pre-K, the very first day of summertime, and obviously Michael’s continued healing.”

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