This is Ed's daughter Ursula. I was so happy to hear my father found something he could enjoy. He has always loved playing guitar but there was a period work got in the way. He finally found that moment in life he could pick up his guitar and just play for hours, write lyrics and record. When I was growing up he would pick up the guitar at times and play for me. I grew up hearing Peter, Paul and Mary and dad would sing Puff the Magic Dragon and A Soalin. He even taught me how to play A Soalin and the use of a capo. I also would love to ask him to play Dueling Banjos sometimes for me. When he told me about this community it brought me joy that he found something that made him so happy, a place where he can make friends that had the same love for music as he did. So many times I would hear him talking with people over Skype and it was just amazing to see him so happy. I screamed the morning I heard the news, that my daddy was no longer here. I went to his computer and started going through his music. I cry listening to it but know I can still hear his voice. I wish so badly he could have recorded Puff the Magic Dragon so I could listen to it. It does not surprise me that he doesn't have it recorded. I remember the day after my engagement announcement I had asked my father to write a song that can be played for our father daughter dance. It pains me so much that he will not be here for my wedding and that there will be no song, or at least not his voice singing it. Thank you for the condolences and thank you for my dad to be a part of this community. Thank you for truly re-igniting his passion for music and giving him the motivation for the most beautiful tunes.