Facebook is easy to hate, but where else could I keep up with Jill Rothenberg and her crazy road races? Or share my mortification with Susan Fanburg and Jennifer Joseph over how much blood resulted from Jeff Berger’s head-shaving accident? If you’re on FB, “friend” me and I’ll write about you, too! * Speaking of Jennifer, I got this message from infrequent correspondent Steve Wilson: “I moved down to D.C. on a lark when Jennifer Joseph told me she had a room available. Didn’t imagine then that 20 years later this is where my life would be, raising my daughter, Faith, 12, son Samuel, 8, and working the past 10 years handling the finances for Judicial Watch, a government watchdog nonprofit. But glad I did.” * Brendan Cahill, his wife, and four kids moved to Pelham, N.Y., (hometown of both Gerry Hadden and John Reynolds) last year. Brendan is executive director of Fordham’s Institute of International Humanitarian Affairs and he runs training programs for humanitarian aid workers throughout the world. * Shaun Dakin also moved, but still lives in Falls Church, Va., where he works from home and can’t imagine ever commuting again. He’s consulting for a project called Moms Clean Air Force, as the social media and communications lead, while he continues to fight political robocalls. * Nancy Mahon O’Sullivan lives in Cape Elizabeth with her husband, John—who is Brenda O’Sullivan Kostyk’s brother—and their six kids, age 5 to 14. Nancy reports she “recently started working part time at a local preschool because I just don’t spend enough time around kids.” She sees Brenda a lot, of course, and catches up with Megan Patrick every summer when she visits her parents on Cape Cod. * John Nash is “happily banging away in the world of clean technology” and lives in Duxbury, Mass., with his two daughters, two dogs, and a big garden. He’s wrapping up the sale of his company and hoping to shift from solar/recycling into energy efficiency. * Gretchen Kreahling McKay is chair of the art and art history department at McDaniel College and will debut her Reacting to the Past Chapter game on Byzantine Iconclasm in July. If you teach at a college/university, you should contact Gretchen about Reacting to the Past. She was recently in touch with Mark Cosdon about using the pedagogy, but we will speak no more of Mark because the lucky so-and-so is in Italy at this writing. * Chris Tompkins, who is headmaster at the Perkiomen School, got roped back into helping with the Colby Fund this year, thanks to Kate Roosevelt. Don’t forget to send in your gift to get our class numbers over that 50 percent hurdle. Chris was at Colby for meetings, where he celebrated the retirement of Janice Seitzinger Kassman. The celebration included a letter from Kevin Plummer, who is apparently so busy writing such letters that he doesn’t have time to write me. * And in news that is sure to make you feel old, we now have two classmates on Colby’s Board of Trustees: Leslie Dougherty Biddle and Rob Hoopes. Congrats to both, and does this mean we get free beer at our 25th reunion? Keep the news coming, people!