Well to be totally honest, I was not fully on board with the MFA from a financial standpoint. But there were tons of other factors that went into her decision and it was also just that — her decision and not mine, her life and not mine. Even though we won’t be writing about it for The Billfold, we will still be working together on this stuff. She’s gonna have a lot to work through when she gets back to Chicago and is freelancing. And what I DO think is good is that she’ll be in a better place of understanding how to manage all that than she would’ve been a year ago.