Penn Dutch Proverb: Enough!

Penn Dutch Proverb: Enough!

Proverb: Es is genunk Hoi hunne. Translation: There’s enough hay down. What it really means: You’ve said enough. P.S. Stop by my Facebook page to enter to my special giveaway to celebrate The Quieting. [Tweet “”There’s enough hay...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Proverb: Vum Hunnert ins Dausend. Translation: From hundreds to thousands. What it really means: To jump from one trivial thing to another. Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Lime & Clay

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Lime & Clay

Proverb: Wammer ken Kallick hot, muss mer mit Lehme mauere. Translation: If you have no lime for mortar, use clay. What it really means: If you haven’t what you need, use what you have. Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Hanging

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Hanging

Proverb: Er geht net fatt, bis der letacht ghenkt is. Translation: He won’t leave until the last man is hanged. What it really means: He wouldn’t miss a trick for all the world. On Sale! The Haven: Amazon | Barnes & Noble The Lesson: Amazon | Barnes...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Hard Work

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Hard Work

Proverb: Was mer net im Kopp hot, grickt mer in die Fiess. Translation: A forgetful head makes a weary pair of heels. What it really means: If your brain doesn’t work, your feet must. On Sale! The Haven: Amazon | Barnes & Noble The Lesson: Amazon | Barnes...

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