I have a couple of interesting programs going on at the library this week and I’m actually filming a segment for this internet show that it’s sort of an odd thing, It’s, it’s a kids show that they show on our Facebook page at the library but then it also airs on PBS, and they’ve asked me to do a segment for it, that I’m filming. Luckily, I don’t have to do it live, which the show itself is live, but they add in pre-recorded pieces to that show. So I’m filming a segment about sand and I have absolutely no idea. What I’m going to do. It’s designed for like two to six-year-olds. So I have to come up with like two or three minutes worth of of material, basically abouts and that, these two to six-year-olds can relate to. So, I actually, today after work, I drove down to the beach and picked up some sand because I didn’t have any and needed it as a prop for my for my video here. And then I’m thinking is it illegal to pick up sand from a beach? A public beach. I have no idea. I probably should have looked that up before I went to this beach and did this. It was like eight small scoop-fulls, you know, shovel-fulls that I put into this small bucket and I probably you know, I’m thinking, you know, national parks, you can’t take things out of national parks. There’s all kinds of rules about things and I didn’t even think of it until I’m kind of driving away going, oh man maybe I wasn’t supposed to do that. Maybe there’s some I should really look up to see if there’s some sort of a a rule about that. I was just so thrilled that the snow that we got last night had not covered up the sand on the beach that I went to.