I think, at times, kind of yes. But the pleasant’s problem as we would say is that the zoo was always doing some very dramatic, dynamic things. The building was constantly ongoing with Lester Fisher started, and I was always involved because a lot of it was the mammals, not all, but a lot of it was. And so here I am, I’m doing more things than zoo directors in their entire career are doing. So it was, of course, I had my family here. There were other reasons. But still, the job was so fulfilling that, and I was doing some, it wasn’t just day to day to day things that’s always the same. There was a lot of things going on.