When she got away, off to college, it was a different mindset with the recruiters, and they finally were able to say something to her that she felt she could pursue in a positive way. Cause when she said, “I’m going to sign papers,” we went, “Are you sure?” This was three years of pursuit and you said, “no no no,” and you’re at college what about college? And she says, “I’ve always wanted to do this but they never said the right things.” It was more like someone recruiting her for a sports team. And so she could see a career and a life in it that she was just like no, this is a life thing mom. That was the key for us. When it was no longer something to play with. It was, she wanted to do it for beyond herself.