In having a good time, sometimes — oh! — you stumble upon a talent. Wow, like, say I’m going to sing this song. “Hey, you can sing, did you know that, girl?” “I can? Let me take this a little more seriously.” But it was just something that we all did. It really was the performance part of humanity. I think I was just acting out on my humanity, on this gift that God gave me, and just being a kid. Really being a kid. And if I became sophisticated while I was doing it, if that took place, then I didn’t know about it, because I certainly wasn’t trying to. I just tried to sing that song just like Whitney Houston. You know what I mean? That really was the goal at that point. But if you love something, if you love something and if you’re committed and diligent — the things that happen! Some people who are blessed with gifts — but then there are other people who can work toward — even with the gift that I have now, I mean, I’ve leaned on God for so long. “Hey, God, you just gave me this gift, and I’m just going to go out there and sing.” But it’s only now that I’m realizing how much larger and how expansive my gift becomes when I actually pay attention to it and try to practice and try to perfect it. “I’m not going to warm up, I’m just going to go in the studio and I’m going to sing this song and inspiration will take me…” and yes, that’s true, we are inspired to do things and definitely. But now I’m understanding that — like in the Bible, for example, when it talked about David, it always said that David was a skillful player. He played cunningly. So that took practice. And I’m not afraid of that anymore. That’s exciting to me.