I think that she saw great joy in the actual act of singing, and that even though I was walking into a classroom of people — and it was a small classroom. It wasn’t a big auditorium. People were sitting all around me. And that I was comfortable in that situation, because that’s the way you sing at church. I mean if you were standing in church singing, there’s somebody sitting in the front row, there’s somebody sitting on the side. There are the deacons sitting to your right, so it’s not like you’re on a platform performing. So I think that she saw a certain degree of enthusiasm, and a certain degree of happiness, just being allowed to do it. I think that that sort of caught her eye and her ear, which was, of course, a glorious thing for me, to be able to work with someone, not having studied anything about voice before.