And then when I found I was interested in surgery, one of my friends said, “Tenley, how can you stand to be in surgery? How can you stand the sight of blood?” And I thought, well, I can’t. I don’t like the sight of blood any more than anybody else. But I feel I have to do something about it. I think I was motivated to do surgery because I had some feeling inside me that maybe I could do it a little bit gentler, spare a little bit more blood loss, be conscious that explaining to a patient beforehand what it would be like afterwards might help them recover a little faster. I wanted to have an influence. I wanted to have an effect. And that motivated me to go ahead and see what I could do. And try my hardest at it.