At the beginning of my appointment as the NCBC Impact Editor, this date—the finish line—seemed so far away—yet here we are! This issue comes to you mere weeks before Thanksgiving, the Holidays, the end of 2017, and the end of my first term as your Editor! Looking back on these 3 years of service to the NCBC Board and to the membership has truly been a pleasure, and many, many thanks are in order. First of all, thanks to Immediate Past President Lee Ann Bennett and to the Board for taking a chance on me, believing in my vision and abilities, and giving me the opportunity to serve in this capacity; To Laura Whitehead and Yvonne Cheroke, former Impact Editors, for passing the baton and providing me with tools, tips, and guidance to help me succeed; To Kathy Campbell and California Central, for your support of the NCBC, its mission, and your continued support for me; To Ken Hirz, my NCBC mentor, for teaching me the ropes for all things NCBC; To Gina Thomas, Eddy Emmons, and all of my colleagues on the NCBC Board, it’s been such a pleasure working with all of you! Thank you for welcoming me and allowing me to learn from you and your endless knowledge and wisdom, and for following my deadlines most of the time; To our Web Administrator, Joe Markley, who has singlehandedly dug me out of many holes, provided support, and even came to Los Angeles and ran a marathon with me; To our host Clerks and host courts, who have put on such wonderful educational conferences that keep me coming back every year; To our membership: please keep your content and your feedback coming! We want to tell your stories! And lastly, but most importantly, to my faithful Impact Editorial Committee members: Dailin Pena, Monica Yepes, Meredith Klassen, Shawna Taylor, Jennifer Mahar, Justin Olmos, Jeffrey Peirce, Leslie Murin, and Heather Burse. Congratulations on an amazing run over these past 3 years! I cannot reiterate enough how much credit you all deserve for the success of this publication. I appreciate all of your hard work, diligence, and patience with me; for understanding how our “deadlines” work, for accommodating my last minute whims and changes, for soliciting content for each and every issue, for being constantly available and communicative, and for simply being a pleasure to work with! Expect some new things to come in the coming issues, because we’ve got 3 more years! Have a wonderful rest of 2017, and we will see you again in 2018!