Hello, all! I have a little good news to share in this time of uncertainty. Last August Kyle Harrow moved back to Scituate, Mass., after 28 years away. She went kicking and screaming, she said, but she’s very thankful to be close to the ocean. Despite living in a one-bedroom apartment while her house is being renovated, she’s grateful that she can watch the swans and ducks on the pond and walk down the block to watch the waves crash onto the beach. She finds peace in all of that. Kyle hopes that everyone is well and healthy. * Angela Mickalide just started a new position as vice president, programs and education at the American College of Preventative Medicine (ACPM) in Washington, D.C. ACPM is a professional medical society of more than 2,000 physicians dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of individuals, families, communities, and populations through disease prevention and health promotion. I gather she’s very busy and has hit the ground running. Angela is happy that we were able to have our reunion last year and see everyone there. She also wishes for everyone to stay safe and healthy. * Kevin Schneider, CLU, executive VP, and manager, was named a Five Star Wealth Manager with the Bulfinch Group in February. * Gayle Amato has three children—one son was married in 2018 and the other two have weddings planned this year. Her daughter’s spring wedding plans are shifting to summer, and her other son is planning for October. She’s thankful that she can work full time from home, has Zoom to stay connected with family, and has Instacart! * Right now, I’m thankful that my children and grandchildren are healthy. My daughters are busy figuring out how to teach online for the remainder of the school year. I hope that this finds everyone safe, healthy, and stronger in spirit and kinder in our hearts. I know that we are all of those things and more.