Scott and Christy O’Rourke Habetz live in the East Bay of San Francisco. She writes, “Piper Dee Habetz was born June 7 in Atlanta and is now our California girl! Jenny Alfond Seeman graciously flew down to Atlanta from Boston to meet Piper and impart her motherly wisdom for a couple of days.” * On Aug. 10 Warren Claytor welcomed a second daughter, Ash Canby Morris Claytor. Congratulations to you both! * In July Anne Maddocks Michels, Lyz Makely Best, Jen Nehro Patriacca, Amy Selinger Elefante, and Diana Dresser Nehro ’97 met for dinner at wd~50, Wylie Dufresne’s NYC restaurant. “We had a decadent dinner, many laughs, and a special tour with the chef. Amazing to think that the first Wylie dishes we tasted 22 years ago were outdoor grilled cheese, Colby eggs, and cream cheese, and Spa food. So proud of him!” * Kimberly Kennedy checked in from Sarasota, Fla. “I continue to work as a physical therapist and recently earned my certification in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University. I’m still running and have fallen in love with Pure Barre, the perfect complement workout to running. This summer I was honored to be the client of the month for Pure Barre Sarasota. In October I’ll have a Colby reunion with Jill Vollweiler ’90 and Roxann Greenaway ’93, spending a long weekend with Jill in Westchester County, N.Y., and meeting up with Roxann in NYC to see the Broadway musical Kinky Boots.” * Tricia Baldridge Wickliffe wrote from Virginia, “I stopped teaching nine years ago when I had my first son, Charlie, and I have been a stay-at-home mom ever since. My husband, David, and I also have a second son, Andrew, who is almost 7. About five years ago, we moved from the New Hampshire coast to northern Virginia—a huge change. Although we miss New Hampshire, we love the diversity, planned communities, and good schools here. We have also enjoyed catching up with Karen Wu and her wonderful family.” * Alice Johnson Handwerk is “enjoying living back in New England in the historic village of Amherst, N.H. I’m beginning my 12th year working at the Derryfield School, where I have taken on a new role as director of alumni development, so I’ll be overseeing things like class notes and reunion giving. Life is busy and fun with Lillian (third grade) and Phoebe (first grade) and two dogs, Scooby and Greta. Love living up here—lots of skiing, hiking, biking, and swimming. This August we had a getaway to Acadia with a stop at Colby and Big G’s!” * And John Cook contributed the following: “I’ve ‘gone native’ in San Francisco, having now lived in California longer than anywhere else. Though we had a wedding in 2004, Gabe Speyer and I were able to marry legally this past August thanks to recent Supreme Court rulings. Katie Morrison ’94 officiated, and Nicole St. John was kind enough to travel all the way from NYC to attend. My work as an environmental consultant goes on; as of late, I’ve been working on a major bus rapid-transit project in San Francisco and railroad projects all around the state. One of the great surprises of middle age is that I discovered a real love of trail running. I don’t think I ever ran the three- or (perish the thought) five-mile loops at Colby, but I have been increasingly drawn to long trail runs.” * Happy fall, everyone. Keep the ’92 news coming!