If you would ask me how he was doing at the beginning of my deployment, I would have told you I was scared to death. He had never had to do the kinds of things he was being asked to do, being forced to do. He had never run our checkbook. He had never taken our son to the dentist, to the doctor, any of those kinds of things, I was scared. I was, like, “Oh, there is no way he can handle this.” I think he was scared too. Uhm, but after, after my time there, coming back he learned a lot. And I am very proud of him. I think he did a great job. I mean, he continues to do our finances because he did a great job. He is more responsible as a spouse, as a father, as a partner. I, just think, we learned a lot about each other and what it was like and uhm, I would be okay with having to leave him by himself again. Nobody really wants to do that, but I know that I would not worry about him. I know he could handle it. He did do good.