I couldn’t afford it, and they didn’t have scholarships for architects, but somehow I worked and got through. Then once I got in it, I was off to the races, except the first half of the second year, my teacher came in and called me in and said, “This isn’t for you.  You’re not going to make it,” and somehow I worked through that.  And that guy works at the airport.  I see him every once in a while, the teacher.  I mean, he acknowledges his mistake, of course, but it’s — I mean, I just sort of kept going.  It was dogged persistence once I got into it.