Jill Zarin’s husband, Bobby, succumbed to cancer in 2018 after a seven-year battle. However, Zarin seems not ready to let go the memories of her late beloved husband. She recounts moments and lessons in life the love of her life had taught her during their life together.One of the wishes that Bobby had always wanted came to pass at his funeral. Zarin had fallen out with Frankel, one of the cast members. She had accused Frankel of not being there for her and Bobby when her late husband got diagnosed with the dreaded illness.
After Bobby’s death, Zarin revealed that her husband had always wanted her to solve her differences with Frankel. Zarin seems to be happy about the reunion and admits that Bobby would feel proud about it. However, the relationship between Zarin and Frankel did not get back to where they were.Zarin talks of Frankel being busy and having no time for her. But she does not want to seem once again to be accusing her. She claims to understand Frankel’s situation pretty well.
Zarin on her part claims to have changed a lot. She describes herself as calmer, a fast thinker, and a person who no longer takes issues personally. Besides, her ego is also long gone. After the supposedly 19th anniversary, she reveals that Bobby had taught her lessons that she applies daily.Jill Zarin recounts her husband’s persistence and ability to pay attention. She confesses that Bobby demonstrated a high level of patience with her. She compares Bobby’s tolerance to that of her father towards her to date.
Going by the Instagram post on the nineteenth anniversary, Jill tells her late husband that the small lessons he taught them did not go to waste. As Jill reveals in her post, the classes were not for her alone. She also talks about their daughter and nephew.Bobby had seemingly taught his nephew to turn off the lights as Jill indicates in her post. She reminds him about his lessons on judging people, noting that Bobby was always right. Zarin promises always to do what is right.
Zarin seems to have all the right memories of her husband. Her Instagram post ends with her recounting Bobby’s natural generosity, and the first rule every stepparent should follow. She lives to remember his sayings of “Taking the high road” and “it’s all good”, which he used to mean “not to let anything keep you upset.”Jill’s last lesson from Bobby as she writes was that life is too short, which she says turned out to be true also through Bobby’s departure.