But you know, the paperwork and the budget and all of that, those were just things that you did in order to be able to do the things that were fun. And the animal part of it was fun. So I always kept my hand in, even, you know, when we got to the point where we had, you know, two or three staff veterinarians, you didn’t go down and necessarily practice, but, but you got in as like, as a consultant for on big, you know, big problems or big cases, at least. You got to sit and listen and, and lend a little advice as a consultant. And that’s, that’s what made it worthwhile and interesting. I think if the minute you become director, they take the animal part of it away, there’d be no reason to become a director.