|Sto Lat, Dziadek!|
|Written by OHmommy|
|Thursday, 12 November 2009 00:00|
My father frequently tells us that he spoke in complete sentences by the time he was nine months-old. My siblings and I like to think that his first sentence was, "I love Poland." He is convinced that the Guinness recipe originated from his motherland and has recently denounced American television to live stream Polish news into his home. Needless to say, you can imagine that growing up with such a character was nothing short of awesome. It was.
My children call him Dziadek. That's polish for "grandfather." And today he turns 60. Sto lat, Dziadek. That's polish for "100 years, grandfather."
That video cost $19.49 to make and coincidentally Dziadek was born in 1949. He loves numbers and I'm pretty sure he could convince you that the father of algebra, Arabic scholar Al-Khwarizmi, had a Polish dziadek to teach him.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 November 2009 22:47|