|Where is she???|
"Hudinka" is Czech and means something like little sweetheart. My Gramma used to call us grand kids that when she'd bring us close to her apron for a hug. It's pronounced Hood-yinka with a Czech twist that makes the Y sound like a J. My parents both spoke Czech, and it was their weapon of last resort when it came time to settling disputes between their precious offspring(s)!
Oops, the doorbell just rang, and we are invited over to the neighbors' home for a piece of apple pie that's baking in their oven. Guess I'll be whispering another special "thank you" at bed time tonight!
Sunday blessings to all.
Today's Trivia: The Dachshund, meaning "badger dog" in German, is a breed with a friendly personality and keen sense of smell. Known for their long and low bodies, they are eager hunters that excel in both above-and-below-ground work. The Dachshunds were first bred in the early 1600s in Germany. The goal was to create a fearless, elongated dog that could dig the earth from a badger burrow and fight to the death with the vicious badgers.