Challenging? You better believe it’s challenging! (laughs) I have a master’s degree in Literacy Education, and this far exceeds anything I did before. It’s rigorous. But because it’s meaningful it applies to everything that I do in my classroom and in my district, so it…it makes it worthwhile. And it makes you want to just strap that seatbelt on and say, “I can do it.” It’s a little bumpy sometimes, and it’s tough. It is…it is and it should be. It’s an educational doctorate program. It should be challenging. I wouldn’t want it any other way. It’s extremely practical. Right now, in my life, I couldn’t spend the time in a classroom. I’m a busy mom. I teach full-time. I’m on three educational boards, three educational committees, and I need that flexibility. I couldn’t spend the four hours away from my children. And this is a wonderful opportunity for me to get that lifelong learning piece that I so desire, but also be a good mother, a good wife, and a good teacher.