We have arrived at the week of Passover and Easter, a time of rebirth, renewal and hopefully reflection. This year has been one where I have been more acutely aware of the passage of time and the process of aging and dying. As many of you know, we lost our Scully's matriarch, Gail Schulhoff recently. Perhaps you noticed slower shipments, and for that we are sorry. What we couldn't help but notice, is that our community is a beautifully powerful thing. Thank you for the loving kindness you have shown us. We have been going through lots of stuff, as one does after a parent's death, (re)discovering totemic family treasures that now fall to us for sorting, discarding and safekeeping. Among the baby hair clippings of everyone in the family is this poster pictured here. It will soon hang at the Scully's factory space, as it once did in the original Scully's Factory in Baltimore, MD as a quality control reminder. Then, it was intended as a motivator for folks during the war effort to make sure they worked with precision and accuracy on the rubber gaskets they made that were used in gas masks. Today, we too take our work quality very seriously, and expect that you do as well. We find solace in working on something physical that people use every day, and feel grateful that in our own special way, we connect.