She first posted,
“I just wanted to take a second to say to everybody that it has not gone unnoticed. I have been incredibly grateful and appreciative of all of you for the love and support."
She went on to mention the kindness she's found in people sharing their own experiences with grief, and how they've helped her through this difficult time. She continued,
“I have had people who were strangers that now have become friends on Instagram. So many people have shared their stories with me of the loss that you’ve been through, and you’ve poured out your heart, and it’s just really kind that you’ve tried to help me by sharing your stories."
Rizzo said grieving publicly adds layers that make it harder to navigate. Still, she is remaining relentless, and will continue on the path to healing. She added,
“Even though I’m still very new to this world, I feel I’ve had kind of a crash course in it. Especially doing it very publicly, it adds a whole other level that takes it to this different place that you understand in a certain way,”
She thanked all of Saget's fans once more by saying,
“But I can assure you that the kindness you all have shown has been a little bright spot and has made this a bit easier. And the thing that has really helped is seeing how much you all loved Bob because this outpouring is something, like, I don’t think anybody has ever seen."
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