But then yeah, you're gonna say well, I said to say Jo, I think what I loved was that you did work in hen and chicks into every, you know, into every of every one of the doors that and basically there were 12 doors and every two doors like the theme went together so that they coordinated they coordinate together so that the like that you're talking about like the bedroom set. That was you know, two doors and the sewing room area two doors and the front porch. Because then, and there was one where I had a tree with carved, carved and chicks in it. And I, you know, I the thought process it was, it was so much more detailed than I ever expected. I remember, you know, talking to you about it that I had, I had figured that you had done some really graphic things to like, suck the backsides of the doors are shapes and colors and, and you know, some different flowers and, and different things. And then the the front sides of the doors are are more detailed, and oh my gosh, I we get so many compliments. And even just this morning when I went live on Facebook just for a few minutes to promote that I would you know, beyond the show, somebody jumped in and said, Oh, those doors are beautiful. Because if if anybody has ever been at hen and chicks studio, they know those doors are just part of, of our building. They're part of us. Because they have such such meaning to us. And of course they're useful. We we ended up physically putting all those doors on frames, a cousin of ours, helped get them build kind of like a little platform with wheels. So all the doors are movable. So so even like when Jamie does a Facebook Live on Tuesdays, we call it take home Tuesday, she often moves the doors around. So that's her backdrop, because it's just gorgeous. So you're just a part of every day at hen and chicks studio, whether you know it or not. That chance that chance meeting turned into something much longer.