So, thank you for your service. It’s a pleasure for me to be here today for Military Appreciation Day, and I wish you the best, and the finish of this school year do well, study hard, and may God bless each and every one right. It’s Military Kid Child Appreciation Day. So it’s special to me, because I have to move around a lot and I like being appreciated for being strong. Once it was my birthday, and he had to leave to Kuwait I believe for a year, so he missed two of my birthdays. You can imagine how difficult it would be for you to do your job if you knew that your child, your children were somewhat nervous about where you were, what you were doing about being without you present in the home for an extended period of time. So those are the types of challenges that our military children face. It feels great. I like the feeling of being appreciated. I mean I never I never really thought I was worth being appreciated until now, so it’s a great feeling. And as they move a lot throughout their parents’ military caree,r they’re trying to make new friends and so forth, so that’s why we want to recognize them because they serve also.They say be strong and take courage. Do not fear or be dismayed. So right here, we serve and with strength. So I want to encourage you to be strong and to not be afraid. The circumstances that you face as a military child, don’t be afraid of those.