• November 2, 2021

‘Happy Birthday’ ad, ‘I Will Always Love You’ ad in the works, a lot of love, and a lot to live for

“I’ll never forget that night in May of 1989.

That was the first time I saw the television broadcast of my father’s death.

And I remember thinking, This is it.

They were there with me in the trenches. “

I think the most important thing to me is to try to make sure that the people that are standing there today are the same people that were there before me.

They were there with me in the trenches.

It’s easier for people to say, ‘Oh, he’s not in here anymore.’ “

The world has changed so much since 1989.

It’s easier for people to say, ‘Oh, he’s not in here anymore.’

And they don’t want to talk about it.

I’m going to keep going forward and working to make that happen.””

But I’m not going to be here to talk to them, because that would be the wrong way to begin.

I’m going to keep going forward and working to make that happen.”