ripley6 wrote:His name was Mr. Lukk, and I'm not sure where he was from. I think his family had left Lithuania during the 60's but he still had quite an accent.
oh, yes, there were many peaople emigrating from LTU, and even now lots of ppl want to leave to U.S.
He was my chemistry & physics teacher - I'm more of a biology person, myself, though
personaly i don't like neither of those, i'm perhaps more a maths person
i'll tell more about myself and the dogs
an APBT was the second dog in my life. me and my family had a pecignese mix, he was really cute and adorable. when he was about 8-9 years old, he left us... he was really ill by that time. poor little guy. but our family still remembers him!
my parents didn't want to have another dog, so there were just four of us - me, my brother and my parents.
later i moved out and lived with my fiancee. he wanted to have a dog. he decided to get an apbt or an am-staff. so that was how our girlie Nova - an apbt - came to our little "family". We really loved her
as you know life is really a hard thing to understand. so we broke up, and i got back to live with my parents. so Nova stayed with my exboyfriend. this summer she will be two years old. i haven't seen her for 9 months
i really miss her
i want to have a dog, and deffinately it will be an apbt, but at this moment i don't have circumstances
but i'm patient