Vanna White Chokes Up Saying Goodbye To Wheel Of Fortune Host Pat Sajak

Vanna White became emotional and choked up as she said goodbye to Pat Sajak, her friend and longtime host of Wheel of Fortune.

For most people, a job is simply a place where they go Monday through Friday to earn a paycheck. It’s a way to put food on the table and clothes on the back. Everyone has to earn a living one way or another.

Working is something that most people will spend a good part of their lives doing. So, it would make sense to try and find something you at least halfway enjoy doing with people you like and don’t mind being around for 40 hours a week or so.

Vanna White has found precisely that in her time on Wheel of Fortune, except instead of like, she has grown to love the people she works with, particularly Pat Sajak.

In early June, after more than 40 years as host, Pat Sajak said goodbye as the host of the long-running, popular game show. But before he stepped away for good, Vanna recorded a special, tearful goodbye to her co-host and friend Pat Sajak.

Vanna is grateful for the 8,000 episodes she and Pat had together, saying the 41 years went by quickly.

“What an incredible and unforgettable journey we’ve had,” Vanna said while fighting back tears. “And I’ve enjoyed every minute of it with you.”

Vanna also added that Pat has become like family to her.

“You’re like a brother to me, and I consider you a true lifelong friend who I will always adore. I love you, Pat.”

Saying goodbye to people we love and care about is never easy, but it is simply a part of life. Her video shows that Vanna and Pat have grown very close over the years and that she, like the audience, will miss him being on the show.

Proverbs 27:9 “Oil and perfume make glad the heart, and the wise suggestion of a friend is sweet to the soul.”

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