Smartest Girl in the World…

PhD-coffeeSveta is amazing and she is a mathematics / computer programmer by education from Moscow University. Her intelligence is beyond anyone I have ever met (except her son and mine) and I am intelligent myself. I graduated from High school with honors and have a bachelor degree in Genetic Biology, but I feel inadequate compared to my sweetie…

My education pales in comparison to the education that the Soviets allowed their children to receive. I watch the new Russia and they educate much the same. The children go to school 6 days a week. Monday through Saturday, and that is that. Then they get free education all the way to a PhD and beyond. I have never seen so many PhD’ed people in my life. Then as a lessor resort, they get Masters at least. Forget anyone getting a bachelor degree. Associate degree? There is no such thing and when I ask about it, they stare at me as if I am stupid…

As a sideline; Sveta’s son Misha, puts Sveta to shame in the brains department, he is truly in the genius category, just as my son (Lyle) is back in America. The difference is that Misha had free education and took advantage of that fact. My son was very limited in his education options, due to cost in the U.S. I really wish that Misha and Lyle could have met and been friends, besides Lyle needs to find a good girl; whom he would find in Russia… (Time to come to Russia, Lyle?)

Back to Sveta; I watch her work on programming and or anything that she takes an interest to. I watch as she reads code, like I read a good book, 2500 words a minute and absorbed in the intricate details of the yarn being spun. Then she suddenly says, “Yes I can do that!” as she writes a program to solve the issue…

I guess she is part of a group of people who I admire in the world. The same as I admire someone who can play a musical instrument, or sing to perfection. Talents are either so under rated or so over rated in our world, for all talents are equal and expressed as such…

I also guess that this article is a byproduct of Valentines Day, even though there is no such day in Russia. Besides, in my life Valentines Day seems wrong, for I do not love Sveta for just one day a year. I love her everyday of the year and I love that she is smarter than I am, it makes me feel like a lucky guy to have such a beautiful, brainy, and happy girl in my life…

It seems to me that Sveta and I mesh together and where she is weak, I am strong and where I am weak, she is strong. It is a great combination and allows for many things unstudied brought forth and multiplexed in our lives. This is a uniqueness that I have never had the advantage to utilize. The basics of harmony and intelligence are vastly superior to degenerate system that we have so endeared all over the world…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
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