So sorry to hear about your loss. I lost my Maltese named Rio.
He was 12 years old and very sick. I miss him dearly. He was born in Mexico City and was flown in a private jet 12 years ago.
He was a gift. I'm trying to locate the girl who gave me Rio as she has moved back to Mexico. We lost communication just recently after years of me sending Christmas cards w/pics of Rio and my other Maltese. I had always let her know when Rio was sick. Now, that he passed away on June 28, 2008 I can't find any means of locating her to let her know what happened.
Thanks so much for the kind words about my little boy. I miss him so. I know he'll be at the Bridge with so many of the others who have touched my life and heart. It's going to be one HECK of a reunion!
Your dog is beautiful as well! I have 2 fifth graders this year who came from Mexico City... they are teaching me Spanish as I teach them English... What grade do you teach? Have a wonderful day and give your pup hugs and kisses from me! Angela
Mucho gusto y gracias para el mensage. Yeah, I think my guys are pretty cute. Your little guys as well. Harry looks like a lot of playful fun. Some 20+ years ago I was an ESL teacher, then an ESL teacher trainer and then life took a funny turn and away I went down a very different path. So, are you Mexican or gringa living in Mexico? In my second year of college I threw myself down to Mexico to start learning Spanish. lived 5 months in Guanajuato, which was both tough (avoided all English-speakers) and wonderful. Suspiro :-)
Vicky is Harry blind in one eye or is that just the way the camera relected on his eyes. He is gorgeous and I can tell very loved. I scolded my husband yesterday for not making our girls mind better and he said, "of course you never spoil them" I'm afraid I'm quite guilty, I adore and love them and they make my life so much more complete. Hugs and love to you sweetie, Micki
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