Not at all. Gladys was not that kind of a person. Gladys was a very hands-on person involved. For instance, she started the Junior Service League in Brownsville, she and her sister, Camille, and they were extremely active in it in the early days until they could see that it was in good hands and then they still were members, but did not spearhead it so to speak. She was involved in all the projects they did. She wanted to be sure, number one, that they built state of the art facilities for the stadium. I mentioned the hospital, but she also wanted to see that they got a proper deal and that their money wasn’t squandered. And so she was interested in all phases, the design, the implementation, and then the hiring of the proper staff to see that it would be run and the management. So, no, she was very much hands-on.