'We all miss Bob so much too.'
Kelly Rizzo posted on Instagram on her late husband Bob Saget's 6-month death anniversary.
Bob Saget, a beloved comedian, died abruptly in January. Rizzo posted a series of photos and videos with Saget. She wrote in the caption, "6 months without my best friend, my travel buddy, my loving husband. 6 months without your silliness, laughter, music, cuteness, caretaking, sharp wit, thoughtfulness, cuddling, and warmth."
She further added, "But it’s also been 6 months of looking for silver linings, learning how to brave the world without you, 6 months of care and compassion from so many who love you, 6 months of getting even closer to your magical daughters and trying to all be strong together." She continued, "6 months of continuing to love, laugh, and live because that’s what you would want…what you’d insist upon. Even though you’d want to make sure that we all still miss you…and dear God do we ever."
She concluded the post by writing, "We miss you so much, every day. Love you honey, the world still isn’t the same without you."
Saget was found dead on January 9 in a hotel room in Orlando, Florida. He was on a comedy tour and had performed near Jacksonville, the day before he died.
The Saget family confirmed the news in a statement to PEOPLE, "The authorities have determined that Bob passed from head trauma. They have concluded that he accidentally hit the back of his head on something, thought nothing of it and went to sleep. No drugs or alcohol were involved."
He was only 65 at the time of his death and is survived by his three daughters, Aubrey, Lara, and Jennifer, and his wife Kelly Rizzo, reports Diply.
The comments section was filled with celebrities and fans sharing words of support for Rizzo. A friend of Saget wrote, "I’m in Yellow Springs literally sitting at the table I had breakfast with Bob last summer and was just thinking about him. Six months, wow. Sending lots of love." Another person wrote, "Love you! We all miss Bob so much too. You’re such a strong woman. Bob would be so so proud of how you have managed to carry on as best as possible each day. "
A third user commented, "Those dates sneak up on you. Like yesterday and another lifetime ago. You’re doing great even when you’re not feeling great! Excited to see you boldly rock on."
Throughout the 1990s, Saget was a familiar face on American television screens as the father Danny Tanner on Full House and the host of America's Funniest Home Videos.
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