Nancy Sinatra

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Nancy with Howard Stern. @sternshow

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Joan Rivers was one of my best friends and I loved her dearly. Sadly, she didn’t know it, because I never told her. Instead, what I always did over the decades, was support everything Joan did. I bought her products - jewelry, make-up, clothes etc. I guess I vaguely thought she would know I was working behind the scenes for her, but of course she couldn’t know that anymore than she could know I watched her on Celebrity Apprentice and cheered for her when she did well. I cried for her when her husband took his own life. I did write her about that and she responded with a sweet note. I called her a couple of times over the years and she returned my calls.Where I made my now irrevocable mistake was I never told her how much I loved everything she touched: the collections of charms, the “Do it now” and “evil eye” bracelets and matching necklace, the little bee pin, the parrot pin, all the wonderful scarves (including the shawl I gave my mother), the “bad hair day” powder, my black trench coat that I wore in Morrissey’s new video, my plaid jacket she designed and so on. I loved her “keys” necklace so much I bought it for all of my girlfriends and we wore them when we got together - but I never told Joan about that and she would have loved it. I never told her how much my mother loved the beautiful shawl either and I know she would have loved that too. Everywhere I look in my home there are beautiful reminders of this very special, kind, generous, funny lady who means more to me than, sadly, she will ever know - unless there is an afterlife - and if there is you can bet I’ll tell her when I see her there.The lesson in this is: If you love somebody, tell them so before it’s too late. And then make ‘em laugh with one of Joan’s zinging one-liners."I don’t exercise. If God had wanted me to bend over, he would have put diamonds on the floor." - Joan Rivers
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Joan Rivers was one of my best friends and I loved her dearly. Sadly, she didn’t know it, because I never told her.

Instead, what I always did over the decades, was support everything Joan did. I bought her products - jewelry, make-up, clothes etc. I guess I vaguely thought she would know I was working behind the scenes for her, but of course she couldn’t know that anymore than she could know I watched her on Celebrity Apprentice and cheered for her when she did well.

I cried for her when her husband took his own life. I did write her about that and she responded with a sweet note. I called her a couple of times over the years and she returned my calls.

Where I made my now irrevocable mistake was I never told her how much I loved everything she touched: the collections of charms, the “Do it now” and “evil eye” bracelets and matching necklace, the little bee pin, the parrot pin, all the wonderful scarves (including the shawl I gave my mother), the “bad hair day” powder, my black trench coat that I wore in Morrissey’s new video, my plaid jacket she designed and so on. I loved her “keys” necklace so much I bought it for all of my girlfriends and we wore them when we got together - but I never told Joan about that and she would have loved it. I never told her how much my mother loved the beautiful shawl either and I know she would have loved that too.

Everywhere I look in my home there are beautiful reminders of this very special, kind, generous, funny lady who means more to me than, sadly, she will ever know - unless there is an afterlife - and if there is you can bet I’ll tell her when I see her there.

The lesson in this is: If you love somebody, tell them so before it’s too late. And then make ‘em laugh with one of Joan’s zinging one-liners.

"I don’t exercise. If God had wanted me to bend over, he would have put diamonds on the floor."
- Joan Rivers

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Getting angry now. What’re they thinking up there taking our laughter away and ripping our hearts out again. #JoanRivers

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