"Tell that we were being watched over and that people were coming together. And there was a big memorial that was set out at climate part. And there was like tons of like flowers and crosses and gifts that people would come there kind of just to comfort one another and to just be there into show their respects. And so I think that brought a lot of people together as well. And people were just I think being nicer to each other. I think there really was a sense of wanting and people wanting to just be better. And I mean, I can only speak for myself. And who I know I just really feel like people were just trying harder to be better, Asian and small ways. Even if it was, you know, not getting mad at someone cutting you off on the street, or you know. Holding doors open for people. I thought they really bring you back to like what actually matters in life athle-. And I think a lot of people realize that while they were also grieving for this community and for these families. You know, there were over twenty kids who were injured. So there was like hundreds of people affected directly just by their children being in the hospital or their children were killed or this or that. And so I think we were also grieving so much, but you so much goodness to and people were looking out for each other and checking on one another, and and you just in our own family. We had people bringing us meals and stopping in and calling us and just trying to make sure that we were. Okay. Yeah. That's really that's so kind. So"