And second of all, that’s so not what my life was about. I never said as a young child, “I’m going to be an Olympic champion, I’m going to be the World champion.” That was never my goal. My goal was always to do something in the world that nobody has done before. My dad came to me when I was about seven or eight years old and he said, “That’s how you’re going to leave your mark in the world is to do something that nobody else has done.” So that was so engrained in me that that was my goal, so I had the spins and I was more of an artist. I was a painter on the ice.