Both sets of grandparents were born in Poland. There was no way that they could have foreseen. No way my mother — when I used to come back to Chicago in recruiting, I’d always stay with my mother. My Dad passed away when I was a senior at West Point. I’d come back, and we’d already been on TV, and she would just be sitting there late at night, and she’d say, “Mike, how is it you?” And she wasn’t knocking me, it was just that our group of people weren’t supposed to be able to do that. I would always tell her, I said, “Ma, because of you.” I said, “You made me good enough, where I can do this. You made enough sacrifices to put me with people who would help train me to do this. It’s because of you.” And I hope that whatever I do, I can do that for my kids. To me, that’s been one of the big things about being with the American Academy of Achievement, is that that’s the feeling that I sense from people from all walks of life. It’s a lovely, lovely atmosphere to be in.