Congratulations to my freshman roommate, Jill Rothenberg, who recently moved to Pueblo, Colo., to be with her fiancé, Austin, and his son. She’ll work from home and continue with her crazy running/cross-training/workout routines. A Jersey girl on a Colorado ranch should be, as Jill says, “a modern-day Green Acres.” Can’t wait to hear all about it! * And another congratulations to Sandy Thayer, who got engaged the night Maine won the freedom for all its citizens to marry. * Robin Trend Baughan reports that, thankfully, Hurricane Sandy spared her family the brunt of its wrath. Robin also recently got engaged (there must be something in the water for the Class of ’89) to a man who, like her, has three children, which equals six college educations! She writes that her oldest is now looking at colleges, but not Colby, because she doesn’t like being cold. Robin, have you not told her that the dorms have heat? * After a 25-year courtship, Mark Demian and Meredith Hart ’90 were married in December 2011 in Darien, Conn. Meredith and Mark live in Columbus, Ohio, where Meredith is the marketing communications director at WOSU Public Media and Mark is a managing partner at a law firm. Congratulations to both of you, or should I say it’s about time! * Shaun Dakin is running his own marketing, public affairs, and social media consulting firm, Dakin & Associates, still living outside DC, and raising his son, now in third grade. * Hurricane Sandy didn’t get the best of Jon Nash, either. He removed 30 trees around his house in Duxbury, Mass., two years ago. We could all learn from your foresight, Jon. * As for me, Anita Terry, we just moved to a house in St. Paul that has a giant oak less than 20 feet from the living room’s picture windows. Good thing we don’t get hurricanes around here! * And that, folks, is all the news I got this time. Certainly you have some news or just a funny story? Send something and I’ll print it! Happy 2013 to one and all.