I feel like our story with Columbus was the benefits of a lack of choice, the benefits of assumption, as opposed to paralysis of choice. Kids look at twenty schools now. I looked at one. I don’t have any regrets about not having the choices. Our kids went to Academy, where the whole environment is that the world is your oyster. They might stay in Columbus. Most academy kids end up coming back.
But I would almost not be as happy. I don’t wish it for them, I don’t not wish it for them. But I don’t wish it for them, because they would be staying in Columbus while seeing the whole world is an option. We stayed in Columbus because we didn’t have other options. If they look at all those other options and end up here, that’s great. There’ll be grandkids and a close knit family and all that is great. But I want them to go and have their own adventures because we expect them to. I think that we’ll retire and we’ll live in Columbus.
So that’s the plan. We’ll die in Columbus.