Here at Dachshund Delights, we try to bring you the best in historical and news-related items with a dachshund connection. And sometimes we have to establish that connection by a circuitous route. Occasionally, by a very circuitous route.
Why does it so often take death
to cherish all, great and small alike? For me, it took a tiny dog with a giant spirit to awaken me from unconscious slumber.
If you've ordered from us, you may have noticed that we are based in Garrettsville, Ohio. And you had probably never heard of Garrettsville before,
nor have you since.
As the final hours of our Wicked auction ticked away and we knew that it was time for some fresh material on this page, we were watching the Oscars. We recalled that Shakespeare In Love, released just 15 years ago, was a big winner with the Academy, and we also recalled that, in the interest of sharing little-known history with our readers, we had
unearthed the balcony scene from Romeo And Ethel, the never-published play that Shakespeare, beset by writer's block, was working on in that movie. It didn't surprise you then that a dachshund made an appearance on that balcony, and it won't surprise you now.