Initially a lot of the grief support was, you know, your very typical, we're sending flowers. We're sending cards. Which, um, I actually really appreciated. Like, I loved, um, not just me receiving cards, but if people sent them to my dad or my sister. Like, I really, I really liked that. Um, and I know that, um, you know, my dad would be exc- ... you know, happy to hear things like, oh, your, your work sent a card. Wow. Like, that's, you know, that, that made him feel good that, that people ... they were remembering my mom. and I think just having a lot of times just, you know, people checking in. Um, and I wasn't really big, you know, on, again, on, on talking. Um, so text messaging was, was really good for me. And I know that gets a bad rap when it (laughs) comes to, to grief. And I'm like, well, no. Like, you can text it. And sometimes it, it's better to text it. Because I don't ... you know, sometimes I could look at the text and be like, I don't really know what to say to this. And it wasn't that, that ... it's not that it was a bad thing. I just, I don't, I don't really know how I'm feeling. But in three hours I can be like, oh, this is how I'm feeling (laughs). And, and I'd be able to respond. So, um, texting really helped in, in that way. Um, and the same a little bit, um, with social media. Just kind of putting an announcement out there, or even sharing pictures of my mom ... you know, I didn't feel like talking to people. I didn't wanna tell stories. But I wanted to look through pictures, and I wanted to share those pictures. And I didn't want to meet with somebody and have them come up to the house, and look at an album together. I just kind of wanted to put it out there.