Life at № 42
lovely. always taken in by something that has Hungary mentioned. I suppose it’s from having half my ancestry from there and my relatives teaching me absolutely nothing about it.
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Oh! I grew up in Australia, but I was born in Hungary. Jo napot kivanok!
Unfortunately, I know about three words, all having to do with food. The only thing I have from relatives is that my one set of maternal great granparents (last name Misak; the other set of great grandparents were Dudash. both of course Americanized) were married what is evidently now the Ukraine, per someone who translated their wedding paper for me and said that the language wasn’t Hungarian. wish my mother and grandmother thought to ask more questions. Ah well. 🙂
-sigh- I know how you feel. Apparently a couple of my Greats ended up in the US but I have no idea where, or who their descendants might be. Here in Australia the family is down to just me and my daughter. Luckily Mum taught me to cook so not all is lost.:D
I feel the same way about Prussia.
Have to admit I don’t usually listen to that type of music but nice video. Enjoyed it a great deal.
Often called the man most violinists aspire to be, after hearing that you’d be forgiven for thinking he was a gypsy violinist. Strange to think he wrote a pop song using a pseudonym in 1946.
Immensely talented man. Thank you for sharing it.
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Wonderful. My Dad would have loved this. 🙂
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