Mr Rogers Facts.
I remember I was in 8th grade social studies when I found out Mr. Rogers had passed, and it was a very emotional moment for me. I had grown up with Mr. Rogers and he had taught me very important lessons. I never missed a show, and sometimes I’d even re-watch episodes. My mom had to explain to me that all shows have to end when Mr. Rogers went off the air because I cried.
In that 8th grade social studies class, we were reading the newspaper and I read the article in which Mr. Rogers’ death was discussed. I couldn’t keep myself from crying and my teacher got mad at me, demanding to know what was wrong. When I said what happened, she suddenly had a room full of sobbing 14 year olds and no idea what to do. She gave up and just let us cry ourselves out.
To this day, I get very sad and teary thinking about the fact that he’s gone. Mr. Rogers was an extremely important role model to children everywhere, and I can honestly say I will always love him.
The first one always gets me for all the little details, specially how Link seemingly tried to murder Ganondorf in his sleep.
Reblogging for grumpy dad Ganondorf.
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