If you missed reunion you should be ashamed of yourself. The weather was great, there was this giant inflatable bouncy house for the kids, Earl Lewis was there—it was pretty much what you would expect. You also missed hanging out in Marriner, which in all likelihood you also missed your entire Colby career. I have it on good authority that we will be assigned to better digs for the 20th. Maybe even Sturtevant! Y Speaking of Earl, he’s a cook in Dana dining hall. Look, Earl was on my COOT, and I can tell you that the guy likes butter. What better place to surround yourself with butter than in Dana? How awesome is that. * And speaking of awesome, former Colby soccer star and now Glamour magazine reporter Lauren Iannotti went on a whirlwind roadie through the Middle East and Africa with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. You can find the article on Glamour.com, where you can also find a scintillating piece on whether floral and leopard prints go together. * Miranda Miller missed reunion with a good excuse: birth! She and husband Jud Wolfskill welcomed a daughter, Susannah Charlotte Wolfskill, June 15. * Here is news of another, though as-yet-unconfirmed, ’96 baby. When I solicited Kirsten Gaudes Rockwell for the class notes, I received her out-of-office message stating that she is currently on maternity leave from Bain and that she’d only be checking e-mail periodically. I assume that she had a baby, but her message said that she would return my message when she is able. I hope to have a full update on her whereabouts and her progeny by the next issue. * Another ’96er gave birth, but this time it’s the financial kind. Former Grossman RA Adam Muller quit working for Goldman Sachs after seven years to give birth to a hedge fund. Adam shares that he is resting comfortably. * Apparently there was a West Coast reunion in April, which took place when Jason Imfeld ’97 flew to San Francisco to hang out with Nicole Dannenberg Sorger and Azeen Chamarbagwala. Nicole lives in Belmont (not the Massachusetts one!) with hubbie Jonathan, Noah, 5, and Julian, 21 months. Nicole is happily teaching world history at Crystal Springs Uplands School. Nicole also visited with Suzanne Arnold Ennis earlier this spring. Suzanne lives in Manhattan Beach with hubbie Dan, Caroline, 6, and Cameron, 4. She keeps busy with freelance writing projects and motherhood, of course. * I may have already mentioned this but Melissa Taylor visited Bernadette Graham Hudson and her family at the end of June. Melissa lives in Portland, Ore., and has two girls, Clara, 5 and Nora 2. * And I saw a picture of Gregg LeBlanc’s son drinking an Irn Bru. This was a much friendlier-on-the-eyes picture than the random photograph that LaWaun Curry ’77 found in the Grossman attic in the fall of 1995. For those of you who did not see LaWaun’s photo, let’s just say you missed something unique. * Please send more notes. Thank you.