It has been a while since I went on your website but I was a first time member of your fan club when you appeared on American Idol the first time. You have always been my favorite since the first time I saw you audition on American Idol. I have gone to all of your shows in Dallas when I lived there and was so upset that I could not attend your "Grease" appearance in Austin, but had a very sick elderly friend in another city I needed to attend to. When I am depressed, all I have to do is place one of your CD's in my little "juke box" (CD player) and play your songs and you uplift my spirits beyond any verbal expression. Know this, you upbuilt many souls in this world (I know because of the comments on your blog in the past and at your shows in Dallas) and you will be rewarded for it with your music and wonderful, sweet personality. I hope you will be in Austin after Grease ends in May sometime soon, because I will be there. I have a disability that does not enable me to be in several public places because of the very heavy perfumes, colognes, but you will see me at your shows with my facial mask on so I can hear you sing me to happier state of mind as you always do. You are a comfort to those who are sorely depressed, more than you know. Know that all of your efforts are truly satisfying because of the joy they bring to others, not only me. You do not know this, but when I found out that American Idol was not scheduled to come to Dallas, Texas, I called your Executive Producer then and the Marketing Department and told them that Dallas, Texas and I were VERY DISAPPOINTED that you and American Idol could not have a presence in our City. They evidently thought seriously about it because Ryan Seacrest announced that following Tuesday that your show was on Tour to our city. It was meant to be. I TRULY ENJOYED your performance at NOKIA. Thank YOU Taylor for being who you are and what you do and do best.