Lindon Christie writes from Las Vegas (where he plans to remain until his money runs out) that he’s “staying well.” * Judy Jenkins Totman loves every minute she spends assisting folks who need help at this time of their lives. * Lois McCarty Carlson recalls fond memories of her courses with Mark Benbow, which she credits with making her a critical thinker. * Alan Lindsay is in a rehab center because of a very bad fall. Yvonne reports that he is not doing very well, but his dedication to Colby continues to be strong. * Ned Shenton continues with his energy consulting, which includes selling insulated shades. Equipment problems kept him from using his sailboat this summer, but he did a good deal of dubbing around the harbor on Peaks Island, Maine, in his eight-foot dinghy. Ned’s writing includes completing a memoir he promised his daughter and producing an article about his father’s 50-year career as a book illustrator, writer, and teacher for Illustration magazine. Every-other-month luncheon dates with Carolyn English Caci ’53 help to keep fond memories alive. Ned and Ellie will, for the first time, flee the New England weather and spend time in Pacific Palisades, Calif. * For Sue Johnson, trips to a Danforth graduate reunion in Claremont, Calif., sightseeing in Savannah, Ga., with a group from her retirement community, and a western Canadian “Rockies by Rail” excursion with a Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel) group were the highlights from last summer. Lifelong learning classes at James Madison University are among the many offerings that keep folks young in heart at her retirement community. Small world note: one of the residents in her apartment building is Barbara Jefferson Walker ’51.