Is anyone else having a hard time with the news of Chadwick Boseman's passing? I think what's hit me the hardest are the things people have shared about him on the set of different films, Josh Gad's tweet with one of their final texts, and just following the MCU as much as I do (the MCU and HP are big 'obsessions' of mine) and just seeing something special in his eyes. We know now how much of a fight he was experiencing in his own life as he was taking on the role of such a massive superhero - it's impossible to see him as anything less than a superhero in real life, too. I get down with my own depression and anxiety sometimes, but if it wasn't a kick in the butt for me that he was fighting terminal cancer and still found the beauty in the city after a storm (if you haven't read his text to Josh Gad, I recommend it). It really makes you think...if someone can face that and still smile...why can't I? I've always been a huge fan of Chadwick, and so many people have solidified that for the rest of the world now too...he'll always have a special place in my heart - and my son's. He's been really upset the last few days - but there's beauty in everything Chadwick left behind. A lot of people question why fans get so upset when celebrities pass away, but I feel like it's because they take up a big part of our lives in their work, and a lot of what they leave behind can inspire people in many different ways.