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Emily, moved back home to live with her mom and save on rent Emily's, mom, sue cooked, most of their meals, and they spend a lot of time together. Just pull out my computer. Well, my mom, and I were about to and then oh are watching rugby. Yeah. We are. And then she she started learning like oh is it sevens. Rugby fifteen's rugby who's playing as an international film of you sheep. We me to the rugby in on the live team. And then I say, okay, then I quit you like the be sports now. To watch. Yeah. I watch it without an money. I went to you you to they Iraq be youth, you sometimes I just watch myself. And then I will tell Emily as you know there. It's a rugby. No, you know, rock beach chin YouTube, and then she say, oh, she already watch it. A few years ago. Emily, moved to Washington DC Taraf be full time. She and her mom no longer sit down for lunch together every day. But watching rugby has become part of how sushi her support for Emily's career. My heart was really happy that this thing that I loved the thing about like, my mom loving it to it's just made me feel really happy, and it's not just her mum. Recently, Emily traveled to Hong Kong terrific tournament. She sent the video of her matches to her dad. Our family techs group had been very silent. And then all of a sudden, he just watched all of your matches those really cool. And that that was really touching to me too. Because although my parents might not be the ones who fly around the world or around the country to come and watch me in person like they still come through. And and support me in the ways that they're able to. Emily is quickly rising through the ranks of rugby referees. She's reffed all over the world in August. She was promoted to the national panel a group of the top rafts in the United States. And she was named as one of thirteen refs for the women's sevens World Series. She got promoted to the national panel. Not this short journey alone, Jenny. She's been sick refined a lawful has sale and then via de she paid pale for long time. That's why celebrate I just have people the refs for the twenty twenty Olympics haven't been announced yet. But as one of the top rugby sevens referees in the world, Emily has a real chance of making her Olympic dream, come true. And if she does make it to Tokyo her parents plan to be there cheering her on go ref golden condition. That story was from.