And I guess I got lucky in that I just kind of could instinctively do numbers. So instinctively, I always knew exactly where we were and I can do numbers. And it was small enough that you could look, you know, you could learn along the way. And so, you know, balance the budget the first year ended up that very first year at the end of the year, with $40,000 in the bank, which was wow. Having a, having a $40,000 surplus at the end of the first year, they’d never had a balanced budget. Johnny Becker, who was the managing partner of Pete Marwick Mitchell, a big accounting firm, had been the previous board president. And, you know, when we made that report at the end of my first year, Johnny got up and said, wait a minute, wait a minute. There’s something wrong.