Thank you Glen Campbell, and your amazing family. I turned on YouTube tonight to watch Glen Frey videos but it picked up where I had left off last time, with Ralph Emery at the Ryman Theater and Waylon's tribute to Glen. So naturally, I had to watch Glen play "Gentle on My Mind" with the guitar rift again. I grew up with Glen's television show and watching "True Grit", his music is interwoven throughout the fabric of my life. As I watched these videos, I also saw clips of Glen's last live performances, the tributes at the Grammys and CMAs. And then I saw the last two original songs that Glen recorded, my Dear Lord, how powerful they are. Both of my parents lost their memories, Mama through strokes and Daddy with Dementia from losing too much oxygen, he lasted nine years that way; Daddy's Dementia was different from Alzheimer's but there were definite similarities. I am 52 years old now, Mama has been gone almost 23 years and Daddy a little over 7 years. The loving way Glen's children looked after him on the stage, the beauty of the love between him and his children and wife at the performances and in the video were lovely and gut wrenchingly beautiful. And oh so familiar. I am now facing open heart surgery, if it is safe enough to do, and if it isn't, who knows with an aneurysm left in my heart, and I am younger than Mama was when she passed away. All of these thoughts, similarities, some fear of the unknown, pass through my mind. Yet, I look at the dignity and grace with which Glen has faced Alzheimer's, the gift he gave the world by sharing his story, the gift his family gave by sharing it and him with the world. So thank you, I sincerely thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Glen Campbell's music has been and continues to be, interwoven through the fabric of my life. Oh, I am a recovering alcoholic also, with a little over six and a half years sobriety. We have a lot in common, I just don't have the talent! Thank you and May God Bless you all.