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Have you ever refrained from giving someone an apology Im sure everyone is guilty of that but unfortunately my scenario is something that has bothered me now for fifteen years Yes it has taught me a valuable lesson but I highly dislike the events surrounding it Two words could have saved me a lot of psychological damage but it taught me that no one should ever refrain from saying sorry for any excuse when an apology is due I was nine years old and my grandmother mother sister and I were taking a drive to San Diego We lived maybe four hours away from San Diego and choose to go there because it was so close to the Mexico-America border Our plan was to primarily enjoy the sites of San Diego but spend one day in Tijuana Mexico Tijuana is popular to college students of San Diego for the party scene and night life but visited by families for the diversity and vendors The streets were lined full of the Mexican culture that ranges from music to food to decorations There were also many private vendors that have a stand or a shop set up to sell their goods like jewelry or movies Unfortunately there was also clear evidence of despair The streets were very dirty I saw two dead mice during the duration of my short visit Litter was also a common site Stray dogs and cats were famished and appeared severely abused Robberies rapes and murders were not uncommon at night Law enforcement was very corrupt There were also many vagrants My grandmother was giving me and my sister quarters to give the vagrants One group in particular I will never forget There were two young girls sitting approximately ten feet away from each other around my age Each were playing guitars for money and even though they
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