My mom was always about -- always about honor, about responsibility. She used to uh, say you know "Joey, the greatest virtue of all is courage, because without courage, you couldn't love with abandon." She'd talk about how -- that -- "You know, Joey, bravery resides in every heart, but someday it will be summoned. Be ready." Every time I look at this picture, my mom -- she was, I think, 92 years old, and this was at Grant Park, out in Chicago, the night that we're about to be announced as the President and Vice President of the United States, and we're backstage, and they said "And now the President and Vice President of the United States of America." And my mom had my hand, and she reached out, and look at the look on Barack's face, and she grabbed his hand and said "Come on honey, it's going to be okay. It's going to be okay." That was my mom. A great benefit I had was all my children got to know my mom really, really well, and even my grandchildren got to -- got to know my mom. Incredible lady. She was the quintessential lady.