A: I volunteered for the past 4 1/2 years for an organization called Reading to Kids, and they have reading programs every second Saturday of the month at different elementary schools in Los Angeles, low-income areas predominantly. And I would go and volunteer to different grade levels, and you just read to these kids. And it was one of the reading days when I was reading to kindergartners and there was a 4 1/2 -year-old, so he was pre-kindergarten. I was reading a book to him, and the word "leaped" came about, and I knew he didn't know it. So I explained it to the rest of the group. After I finished explaining it, you could immediately see the light bulb in his head and he raised his hand and he said, "Do you mean when I go into a pool I'm not jumping, I'm leaping?" So he was able to make a connection to his own life and use prior knowledge to understand that word. I knew I must've done a good job at explaining for him to get it. And it was at that point where I realized, you know what, I need to be in a classroom because I used to look forward to those second Saturdays all the time.