Kimberly Carr and Rob McCarley are expecting their fifth child in June and recently added a yellow lab puppy, Annie, to their growing family. Kimberly and Rob’s three older girls are trying softball this spring, and their youngest daughter is giving T-ball a go. Rob plans to coach. * Lael Stanczak says, “Twenty-one years later and Sarah Burditt McDougall and I went on spring break together, again! Heading over to Asia, Sarah popped by Singapore for a whirlwind tour of the island before heading with me to Bali for a girls’ week. We had a blast.” Lael is starting to tour colleges with eldest son Teaguen this summer. * Beth Curran Balter is marketing director at Aspera Technologies (a German software company). She was training for the Run to Remember halfmarathon in May. Beth has recently seen Kat Creeden, Louisa Merianos Anastasopoulos, and Betsy Arden Rickards, and she is neighbors with Emily Muldoon Kathan; Beth’s and Emily’s daughters play soccer together. * Doug Morrione married wife Laura last September; they relocated to Dubai “just in time to introduce our daughter, Valentina, who despite being born at the American Hospital in Dubai, will inherit U.S. and Mexican citizenship. Life in Dubai is a trip, with many ex-pats driving like maniacs, but otherwise zero crime (a big change from NYC). As far as having a baby goes, I’m all for it, just took me a while. I’m wrapping up a feature film on cowboys, and folks can see the trailer at everythinginthesongistrue.com.” For all of you White Mules who took sociology, Doug’s dad, Professor Morrione, is retiring this year. Doug reports his dad “will be spending the rest of his days happily restoring multiple Austin Healeys and splitting time among Maine, New Mexico, and Santa Cruz, Calif.” Doug’s mother is also retiring from admissions work at Colby. He says, “I’m grateful for my days in preschool in the Lorimer Chapel nursery, as I’m sure the contact with other Colby professors’ offspring is a big reason I’m still a viable citizen (of what country, I’m not sure, currently).” * Mike Saad married his partner of nine years, Jason Schlyer, Feb. 14, 2014, in a small ceremony at San Francisco City Hall. Mike and Jason live in San Francisco. Congratulations, Mike! * After Krista Stein left American Express back in 2012, she took time off to travel in Asia and Colombia. Krista has settled in NYC and recently started as head of innovation and customer experience for a company called CT that provides services for entrepreneurs and small business owners. * Mike Murphy caught up with Becky (Birrell) ’92 and John Smith in Brunswick recently. Mike has recently moved to Taos, N.M., with his wife, 3-year-old, and two dogs. He writes, “Just got a year-round job as a family therapist, missing my first Alaska summer in 19 years, excited for the change. Welcome any and all ’93 alums to contact me in Taos for a room to stay in and a guide to hot springs and local hikes.” * Thanks to all of you who wrote in. I genuinely enjoy reading your updates, and I love that I get to share them in our class column. You don’t have to wait to send in news—drop me a line anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.