There are a lot of those years recently when I thought this is it. This is gonna be the one. This is gonna be the year where I finally have that heart attack and we’re done. And then I won’t have to worry about it anymore. You get looked at you get pointed at. You know it hurts to have that that called out. I’ve had days where I get a glass from the kitchen and a bottle of maple syrup, and I pour myself a glass and then I dash into my room, climb under the bed to hide and drink that glass of maple syrup. There were doughnuts for breakfast cookies for lunch and brownies for dinner. I just wanted sugar. And then I get to this point where I’m gonna stop. It’s a common story many of us know even if we haven’t lived it for ourselves. We know about the prejudice and discrimination that results in teasing and bullying as a as a child and lost job opportunities and promotions as an adult. But there’s more than that. There’s depression of course and and a challenging of your own self-worth and value. I made goals for myself. I chased after them with complete dedication, and it worked. I was losing weight, I was moving better and that encouraged me to keep trying my body transformation. He sent me those first two pictures on with the knee braces the back brace, the canes 297 pounds and his belly was out to here. And I was thinking God, I’m gonna help that guy. I have lost so much weight that if I don’t hold these up, they’ll fall. And I’m not gonna do that right now. But… I’m really pleased with this. And I just want to share this with everybody. Thanks a lot. Here’s where I’m at now. Just because I can’t do it today doesn’t mean I’m not gonna be able to do it someday.