Reunion 2014: Who will be there? The big news is that Tim Burton, AKA Rosette Royale, agreed to return to the scene of the crime, Mayflower Hill, as class dinner speaker. No word on whether we’ll each get another mystery envelope. * Flo LeGoff claims she’ll be abroad, perhaps traveling for work as a senior marketing manager at CenturyLink Tech Solutions in Santa Clara, Calif. Flo lived in Paris for 10 years, moved to Boston, and has now lived in San Francisco for 10 years. * Also in the San Francisco area is Nancy Spellman. She is enjoying her job, her kids, her friends, and her life. Go Nancy! * Gretchen Kreahling McKay won’t be at reunion; she’ll be at the national board meeting for Reacting to the Past before her first-ever sabbatical from McDaniel College. * Kerri Hicks took time out from making fun of me on Facebook to say she’ll be at her niece’s high school graduation Reunion Weekend. In November she had a mini-reunion with John Reynolds in L.A., and in December she ate at (and toured the kitchen of) Wylie Dufresne’s (’92) wd~50 in NYC. * John Reynolds hopes to be at reunion but is in NYC writing for both the MTV Movie Awards and a musical comedy about cancer. His 5-year-old son Kal’s favorite activity is mooning. Karma. * Diane Pearce Kew will appear at reunion, though high school teaching duties make end-of-term events difficult. * Jon Nash will attend with daughters Isabel, 12, and Charlotte, 10, who first saw Colby this winter. * Kaari Busick is coming all the way from Juneau, where she works for the state of Alaska. She hopes Woodman quadmates Jennifer Joseph, Julie Lewis Peterson, Mary LaPointe Farley, and Cheryl Mealey Cowherd will attend. Colby is everywhere: Kristen Petterssen Miller ’90 goes to Kaari’s gym in Juneau. * Jennifer Joseph plans to attend. She lives in Pittsburgh but just bought a condo in Charleston, S.C., where she spends four months every year kayaking like crazy. Jennifer hopes to rent a house in Belgrade for reunion, perhaps reliving those Woodman days. She saw Bret Dixon last year and is in touch with Brian Moore, who lives near Pittsburgh. * Lara Beetham Monasch hopes to be at reunion after a busy year that included confirmations, bat mitzvahs (celebrated with Joan Langer and Melinda Pittis Leitch), and graduations. * Michelle Leinbach hopes to convince Julie Abele Wetzel and Michelle Delea Houlihan to go. With eight kids among them, life is busy, but they manage to get away for a girls’ weekend once a year. * Bill and Anne Webster Stauffer hope Greg Russell, Lawrence Collins, Gerry Hadden, and Patty Carlson Ruprecht will go. In my experience, constant nagging works wonders. * After 13 years in Europe, Laura Wood McKeever and family are back in the U.S. just in time for reunion. They live in Wellesley, Mass., and her two boys are happy they don’t have to speak French anymore. * Bob and Sue Banta Gallagher and kids will be there. * Seth Thayer will too, fresh off his first wedding anniversary. Seth and his husband, Greg Tinder, are restoring an 1860s building in Belfast, where Seth is a private art dealer. They have two cottages in Belfast if anyone needs a place to stay. * Brian Kaplan will be up from NYC, where he is director of marketing and communications at the Rudolf Steiner School. * Beth Bitoff Odom hopes to make it after a year of transitions. Beth’s husband, Mark, is commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment and spent much of the past two years in Afghanistan while Beth and their daughter lived in Fort Benning, Ga. Beth writes that though the “big” army is winding down deployments, special operations is winding up “with no light at the end of the tunnel (still) as far as deployments.” She asks that we keep those families in our thoughts and prayers. They bought a house in D.C. so their daughter can stay in one school through high school, and they hope Mark can get assignments in D.C. * Jen Cooke Rotman and Ruth Bender came to visit in November, and Beth saw Katie the Losen Goldberg in San Francisco in 2012. * As for me, I will be there, likely without my family but dragging Tracy Gionfriddo, Doug St. Lawrence, Meg Christie, and anyone else I can bully into coming along.