First the good news. Here is a photograph I took today of our "Great room." You can see both the pianos in this photo. Now for the sad news: My wife has been taking piano lessons most of her life. Recently she found a piano teacher who drove to our house and gave her lessons. He was a retired HS music teach and a very good piano teach and I thought that her playing vastly improved under his tutelage. He charged her $50 for each weekly lesson. I thought it was a bargain. He said he enjoyed the beautiful drive to the country and liked to visit our house and enjoyed playing her piano. Today he came to the house. I was surprised to see him. I told him I'm sorry but my wife is not here. I invited him in and showed him the piano that we rescued from her old house. He played a little bit on both pianos and informed me that my wife's old piano needed to be tuned. As he spoke his thoughts seemed to come to him very slowly. I gave him a glass of water and he continued to speak but seemed to losing his train of thought as he spoke. I thought to myself it's remarkable how he can retain his piano teaching skills but his mind seems to slipping. I explained to him that I had to leave and he left my house. Latter he called me and informed me that almost had six automobile accidents on the return to his home. He told me that he had three near accidents on the way to my house. He decided that it's time to quit driving and will no longer be able to give my wife lessons. He is one year younger than I. I have worked hard to get my house just way I like it. I hope that I don't lose my marbles and need move into an elder care facility in my declining years. Right now things are going so well for us! The doctors have arrested my cancer. My wife is grateful for the support, guidance and help I gave regarding the sale of her prior home. We are both happy delighted with our life.