I'm proud of you Jason. Really delighted for you. You deserve every success!
aha! a bard graduate! mwah! what a place eh? fabulous work jason.
thank you, selma - yr words are as sweet as ever -tipota - you went to bard too?!? no way! i graduated in 1992 - would i have seen you/met you/been there at approx. the same time?
i was a simons rock kid, i went to bard just one year as part of their program but i was outta there by the time you got there
but i must say there is no place on earth quite like it dont you agree? the worlds best kept eclectic edu secret i call it
An agent! Fantastico! It's all happening (and about time too.) Congratulations!
thank you paul - you've been here the whole time, so if anyone would know if it's "about time", it's you - thanks again for spending the time with mems. tipota - i'm glad you did the simons rock thing, i heard great things about that program. bard itself, well - i think one year there was sufficient. i was there for 3 (transferred in) and honestly, it was about 2 too many. that place got small, quick. but then again, that first year, whew! something else...
i totally agree jason, i dont think i could have survived four years at bard, but it made a huge impact on my life and the whole thing was amazing, especially as you say the first experience when it dawns on you whats all around
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