Bobbie Thomas Of 'Today' Show Shares Heartbreaking Advice After Husband Dies At 42

““今日”节目撰稿人鲍比托马斯周日哀悼她丈夫去世后“一切都将不再正常”, 并敦促人们尽可能地欣赏他们所拥有的爱. “带着所有的恐惧, 愤怒, and division going on in the world right now, it’s so easy to get upset about the lack of normalcy,” the beauty segment host wrote on Instagram. “But I beg you, everyone reading this, hold onto what you do have right now instead of focusing on what you don’t. One thing we all have is kindness. Absorb it, extend it, exhaust it. Because in the end, the ONLY thing that matters is love. If you’re lucky enough to have it, please appreciate it, every moment, every day.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bobbie Thomas (@bobbiethomas) Michael Marion, a lawyer, died Dec. 1 at age 42 “after a heroic struggle,” according to an obituary. He suffered an ischemic stroke in 2019 and eventually was able to walk again with assistance, the New York Post noted. The couple have a 5-year-old son. “Michael worked hard to recover from his stroke and had made such progress that he was making plans to return to work,” Thomas, the “Today” show style editor, said in a statement to the program. “He landed in the hospital due to problems involving several organ systems, separate from his stroke of 18 months ago, and unrelated to Covid 19.” On Instagram, Thomas urged people to cherish their loved ones. “There will never be enough time and some of our forevers are much too short,“ 她写了. “As I type through tears, I embrace gratitudeholding our precious son Miles and memories, of the time I did have with Michael, closer to my broken heart.” She concluded by reminding people to “please go hug the people you love.”