You know, we all have those, you know, small, dark hours of the tea time of the soul at 3:00AM when you wake up and you think, “Oh my God, I’m failing everything. And this sucks and we, we suck and we should all be killed.” But the, the reality is I, w-, I tend to think back to my childhood and I’m playing Colecovision on a black and white TV and I just have Zaxon and Donkey Kong. And I’m so immersed in that that I can’t believe that this, this -- didn’t even know it was a career. It never even occurred to me like that, that something that magical, that exciting could be a job. And I almost fell into it by accident, but it was just sort of a focus of my interest that just sort of gravitated me towards it. And so, I never think, “Why am I doing this?” I, I think I’m sad because the audience is sad or I’m sad because I have a deadline or I’m sad because, uh, you know, it’s pissing with rain in Seattle like three months out of the year. But I’m never sad about the fact that I work in, on, in the video game industry on a big, successful franchise. And I -- the things I love most in the world, uh, apart from, you know, cake and, uh, swimming or sci-fi and shooting games and video games and console games in particular. So, this is -- I, I’m in -- I’m sure there’s people in my very studio who would rather be working on sequel server ‘cause they’re crunching numbers and they like network technology. And this is like a cool job, but that’s maybe not the thing that they exactly wanted to do. But it is exactly what I wanted to do and I never knew I wanted to do it. So, I’m, I’m always simply grateful that A:I have a job. I’m a pragmatist. It’s nice to have a job. But in through thick and thin and be -- it’s the perfect job. And, you know, you can’t argue with that.