Larry ’69 and Susan Doten Greenberg are semi-retired. Larry has a blog (currencythoughts.com), and Sue can do her bookkeeping business (Minding Your Business) remotely. With their sons, the significant others, and their granddaughter all living in Seattle, Sue and Larry now divide their time between Hastings-on-Hudson and their condo in Seattle. They hope to connect with other Colby alumni in Seattle to enrich their social network while “in residence” there. They planned to attend Larry’s reunion this year and ours next year. * On March 29 Jane Stinchfield Knapp married John Sexton at the Bell Chapel, Sugarloaf, Carrabassett Valley, Maine. Gary ’66 and Lynn Longfellow Knight ’65 and Dan Sexton ’75 attended. Congratulations, Jane and John! * Ben Bradlee was a reporter and editor for the Boston Globe for 24 years, resigning in 2004 after leading the paper’s coverage of the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, which was awarded the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for public service. Ben spent the last decade researching and writing a biography of Ted Williams, which was published in December to good reviews and made the New York Times bestseller list. He and his wife, Jan, live in Cambridge. Their son, Joe, will graduate from Union College in June, and daughter Anna is a junior at Georgetown. Their oldest daughter, Greta, is a lawyer in D.C. and just had a baby girl, their first grandchild. Ben has been in touch with old roommates Bob Falsani and John Fochs and some former hockey teammates including Andy Hayashi, Jim Patch, Todd Smith, and Charles “Skip” Wood. * Norma Rivero de Biermeyer and her husband live in the most dangerous city in Venezuela, and life has become very difficult with no easy way out. Her husband is still working, which is a minor miracle in itself, and she is secretary on the board of a nonprofit institution of university women. The nonprofit provides scholarships to needy young Venezuelans, and its main source of income comes from selling used clothes. Norma’s daughters, Sonya and Verena, are thinking it is time to leave. Verena is married and is a bilingual official translator who also does coaching. They are all bilingual, but Norma still prefers English and hopes to move to Florida eventually. * Bill Aldrich sent me a long note that I will attempt to compress. Bill, an insatiable bike rider, rode in the Ride Across Iowa event in 2011. During his return he was involved in a bus accident that resulted in a two-anda-half-year recovery. In spring 2013 he began cycling again, and in July he did part of the Charles River Wheelmen’s ride to Mount Wachusett. In mid-August he joined in a midnight ride through downtown Boston that included riding over part of the Zakim Bridge at 2:30 a.m. But then his stars changed again, and two days later he started another bout of ankylosing spondylitis that he was still dealing with when he wrote his letter. * On a happier note, Doug Smith sends memories of spring at Colby—betting on the day when the last ice would disappear from Johnson Pond, when grassing by the pond meant something totally different, roof ball challenges, first leaves opening, mud drying up, the pleasure of walking to Big John’s. Thank you for those memories. * Bob and I have been traveling this spring, visiting friends in California, cousins in Georgia, and Air Force pals in Mississippi. We went to the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Fla., and the thrill of that day was viewing the Blue Angels practice right over the base. Enjoy the summer, and keep the news coming.