By the time you read this, I hope to have seen many of you on Mayflower Hill. I also hope that it has stopped snowing in Minnesota, but that’s another story. If you’re not on the class reunion Facebook page, you have missed out on many hilarious posts and pictures of us in our younger and not-wiser days. Get on there and check it out—there should be lots of post-reunion posts, too. * Now for the news: Krisan Evenson had an eventful 2013, working with a multitude of worthy causes including Invisible Children, a group that supports war-affected children in Uganda, and Love in the Language of Yarn, which supports Syrian refugees in Jordan and Turkey. * Marc Rando wrote just after the new year that he rang in 2014 with Dave and Cindy Cohen Fernandez, Matt Sotir and his family, and Rob and Hilary Barnes Hoopes in Waterville Valley, N.H. (Wrong Waterville, folks!) Marc was looking forward to reunion, where he hoped to see Bret Dixon, Larry Scoville, Chuck McCormick, and Eric and Shari Sadowski Stram. After reunion, lucky Marc planned to travel to Spain again with the Thayer crew. Once again, he did not invite me to go along. * Bill Auerswald, his wife, Emily, and their kids, Cate and Copper, are moving from Annapolis to Greenwich, where Bill will be director of finance and operations at the Greenwich Day School. * Dawna Zajac Perez was recently promoted to dean of student success at Northern Essex Community College. Her eldest son just got his license and is looking at colleges. I agree with your reaction to this, Dawn: Yikes! * Laura Thornton Pellegrino lives in New Canaan, Conn., with four girls, the oldest of whom is also looking at colleges and is headed to Barcelona this summer with the daughter of Sandy Humphrey Brinn ’90. Maybe she’ll run into Gerry Hadden there. Laura sees Catherine Andrew Rogers over the Fourth of July and runs into Ed ’88 and Jen Pierce Barr on the squash circuit during the winter. She saw David “Rocky” Genovese on the lacrosse field in Darien, too. * Heidi and Tripp Johnson couldn’t be at reunion because their oldest, Abby, was graduating from high school that weekend. When Heidi wrote, Abby was on Mayflower Hill for a Class of 2018 (!) Presidential Scholar accepted student orientation. Heidi says they were 90 percent sure Colby is where Abby will end up. * Our class is doing its part filling Colby’s halls: Jennifer Pattison Gilvar’s son, Keith, is a member of the Colby Class of 2014, and Jennifer hoped to stay in Maine between his graduation and reunion so she could see all of us. * I will be road-tripping from Hartford with Tracy Gionfriddo, picking up Meg Christie (and maybe the one and only Rosette Royale FKA Tim Burton) on the way, and I cannot wait. Have a great summer, and keep that news coming!