Monthly Archives: March 2011
A Light exists in Spring Not present on the Year At any other period — When March is scarcely here A Color stands abroad On Solitary Fields That Science cannot overtake But Human Nature feels. It waits upon the Lawn, … Continue reading
But I’m sure glad it’s over.
6) read voraciously I tend to do this anyway, so I’m not sure this one really counts. Except that my book count since last June has risen exponentially; I think I’ve got about 30 under my belt now. Part of … Continue reading
I had grand plans for pre-writing posts and scheduling them to go up while I was on spring break. You can see how well that worked. Currently, I am in Kolozsvár, Romania, visiting the Visky family and teaching a little … Continue reading
Every Saturday, when the weather is tolerable and the children’s health is in good order, I bike over to a house two villages over, in Tiszabükeny, where I tutor the two oldest children in English. The house boasts 8 children … Continue reading
I told J. Edit as we walked back from a concert on Sunday that I was very tired but wasn’t sure why. “Tavaszi fáradtság,” she said to me. Spring tiredness. It was the second time I’d heard that phrase in … Continue reading