“Today Show” style contributor Bobbie Thomas spoke out in mourning Sunday following the death of her husband Michael Marion last week at age 42.
Marion died Dec. 1 after an “heroic battle” that began following an ischemic stroke in April 2019, according to his obituary. Typing “through tears,” Thomas write about the loss in a heartbreaking Instagram post next to a photo kissing Marion in his hospital bed.
“Nothing is normal. Maybe nothing will ever be normal again. For me, it won’t. My husband is gone,” wrote Thomas, who put out a call against anger and division in the world. “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. Especially during the hard parts. There will never be enough time and some of our forevers are much too short.”
The couple married in May 2013 and share one child, 5-year-old son Miles.
“I embrace gratitude,” Thomas wrote, tearfully vowing to hold “our precious son Miles and memories of the time I did have with Michael, closer to my broken heart.”
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SOURCE: USA Today, Bryan Alexander