First of all, big thanks to everybody that showed love at The Goods. I say this over and over, but it’s always appreciated. It went well, sold a couple of things, met some cool people, and got the word out. Not to go and preach, but to be honest, if you have a product, craft, or whatever that you take the time and effort to create, then you should put your work out there in the real world and be vulnerable to critique and criticism, but praise as well. I guess what I’m saying is that I’m appreciative of opportunities like The Goods, opportunities that allow Happen to be seen, be put in context, and to exist in the world.