The size and scope of this tornado and the devastation around it, you really have to see it to appreciate it. Block after Block after block after block, houses gone, vehicles up ended. I'm seeing it now, several weeks after the event. A lot of progress already made and maybe that's the most hopeful thing is to see debris removal happening, lots being cleared, commitments to rebuild the schools, rebuild the hospital, that's what going to being to being jobs back. Hi, Janet, nice to me you... Doctors and nurses here are remarkable. I was hearing some tales of what happened the night of the storm. Being patients down, no power, you know, trying to get them some emergency medical care where necessary, a doctor holding a flashlight in his mouth so that he could insert a chest tube into a young man who was dying from his injuries. I mean, those kind of things really stick with you. They were up and running one week after the storm in their mobile facility, but these mobile facilities can handle a lot of medical care. So their performing virtually 100% of the services they were performing before. Hearing what the community is doing, what the state has done with the community, it's a very impressive performance. But again, the massive storm and it's going to be a massive rebuild. But it will get done. I'm very confident it will get done.