In my job interview with Dr. Guy Lott for the position at TAS, he went out of his way to ask me what my wife might be interested in doing. When he found out that she had craft teaching experience, he suggested that she take two hours a day for, I think now, three times a week – at just about the same annual income that she had pulled in before as the Food Manager at HH, working about 12 hours a day five days a week. At TAS we got the best pay and the best students for the best 11 years of our lives. And we retired in 1999 just before the first market bubble burst – giving us time to invest a bit of that surprise money before it went up in the usual smoke.