Always wanted to, well, I mean, literally when I graduated from high school, I went and I tried to get a job. They didn’t have any openings. So I started working, I think my first job was at a picture framing company in Downtown Washington. And then I went and I worked for an auto parts store and went to a gardening place and worked. And then I told my father, I said, “Look you know Dr. Mann, you know Earnest Walker,” which he did. And Ernest Walker was the assistant director at the zoo at the time. And I said, “Ought to be some way you can call and get him to at least talk to me.” So my father called and I got an interview, they still didn’t have any keeper openings, but they hired me as a temporary gardener. So I worked as a temporary gardener for three months.