She’s never failed. And college was always there. She was a junior Olympic gymnast for eleven years and we thought that was the path, and she made a choice to walk away from that because she wanted to do other things and grow and expand. And so we support her and her choices, but when the Military first came to her and said, “You’ know you’re all these things, you should be Military.” It felt like someone recruiting her for a team and she didn’t see the goals in that. But when she said, “This is going to expand my life. This is what I want to do. I want to be a 20, 20 year person,” – we said ok.