But what I want to talk about this week is how a face mask brought me close to a complete stranger. And right now, being that I’m in Minnesota, I wear my Michigan State face mask almost all the time when I’m out in public. And most people don’t comment or notice, but I had to go for a diagnostic procedure this week, and the nurse that came out to get me in the lobby and was going to help me get set up, as soon as she saw me she said, “oh, Michigan State, go green!” And I’m like “oh wow! Are you a Spartan fan?” And she said “yes, I am!” And then we proceeded to talk about how she became a Spartan fan. Her father went to Michigan State and I said, “oh, you know, my husband and I went to Michigan State and met there” and she said, “yeah, my dad went there too,” and how much he loved it and they had been to visit in East Lansing a few times and had been to a football game and how they always try to go see Michigan State play Minnesota when they’re here in town. And I said, “I was there during the magic years.” She goes “Oh, so is my dad!” And so that magical season of 1979-80 and I said, yeah, it made me and my kids lifelong, we’re lifelong Spartan fans, including my kids who have no association with Michigan state except that their father and I are both loyal fans and love MSU. She said “so are we!” The kids of her you know, her father went there but the family is all loyal MSU fans. So, that was fun.