I’m here!

Guess what.

The world’s still round.

It is still impossible for me to fall off.

I’m here!  Here has just been changing so frequently that I haven’t been able to update anything.  Things are still a little hectic with English Camp starting up tomorrow, so until I get another moment to sit down at the computer, I offer you this video of Szebi and Cinti from a rather unsuccessful tutoring session a few months ago.

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About Cassidhe Hart

My favorite times of the year: when the weather is first cold enough to put socks on and when the weather is first warm enough to take my socks off.
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2 Responses to I’m here!

  1. Colin says:

    Awwweee… This is adorable beyond words. I miss you. Your voice sounds so nice over my tiny speakers. I think that I should get a super pogo stick and bounce over to Ukraine where we shall happily greet each other with a kiss and a song. I feel so far away today. The world around me started spinning faster so that its circles became wider and I sit alone in the middle of a far away blur.

  2. Colin,
    This is what I am getting you for your graduation: a copy of Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke. But, probably you should check it out from the library right now and right it. And then you can mark up the copy I give you with lots of love.
    Rilke is perfect for days that feel like the circles around me have grown, when “what is near you is far away” because Rilke, among other things, brings the assurance that “then your vastness is already among the stars and is very great; be happy about your growth” and “growing is painful as the growing of boys and sad as the beginning of spring. But that must not confuse you […] what is happening inside yourself is worthy of your entire love.”
    What is happening inside yourself is worthy of your entire love.
    I love you.
    Cassidhe

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