Hey, knowing you can puppeteer with your left hand may come in handy someday. Something happened to me when I was very young. Originally I was left handed, my left hand was my dominant hand. But by the time I got to kindergarten, my right became the dominant hand. I remember writing with my right hand thinking, hey, my left hand used to do this. But there are some things I can only do lefty. Throw, bowl, grip, hold a toothbrush, my right hand can't do it. I'm not ambidextrous, but it seems like my motor skills are split between the two hands. One can do things better than the other.