As far as the roles shifting from mom to entrepreneur I think that I took the best time to become and entrepreneur. Although I must say, even when they were little, I always did little entrepreneurial – I guess it was always in my soul. So I always did little entrepreneurial things, but I was always able to do those things at night, or on the weekend, or when my husband came home from work but now I think the best thing that happened to me is that I founded BethCare when my daughters were already in their late teens. So I think a very powerful thing is that I founded this when they were so aware of who I was and who I was becoming so I didn’t have to hve that shifting role because they were already independent and going, so they didn’t need me as much, although I believe that children always need their mothers, they were able to come on this journey with me because they were older, so I think it just happened at the right time, that whole shift with mother and entrepreneur.
Can I add onto that? Also the business that she has is a very caring business. So I think it was also, as a daughter, seeing your mother do that switch from mother to entrepreneur, to me it was, yeah, my mom is taking care of other people, that’s what she’s always done, so from my point of view it was just her doing it for other people, it was so natural for me to see her do that.