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Riding my bike I started out onto a street familiar to traffic jams making sure I stayed on the sidewalk and continued all the way to the corner and turned left I pedaled as fast as I could my LA Light sneakers taking a beating on the cracked pavement The palm trees dwarfed me as I searched the familiar stores where my mom and I shopped I leaned over my handlebars and stared at the fork in the road Which one should I take I was overcome with an uneasy feeling in my stomach and an overwhelming sensation of helplessness My brain was an unorganized center of ideas and suggestions that made no sense My brain delivered no knowledge of any sort of distinguishing landmarks Pick one I thought - left or right Which direction I chose I cant remember because that was about ten years ago What I can remember is how relieved I was when I began to recognize my surroundings A jolt of energy rushed through my body and my purple Shwinn tore down the street I rang the doorbell to my house and my mother stood there wondering why I had come and why was I alone What are you doing here and wheres your father Knowing it wouldnt be easy to tell her the story of my journey I stood in the doorway and in my four-foot frame stated I dont know I was seven years old when I decided to go to my moms because I was upset with my father Now that I remember this story being seventeen there were so many things that could have gone wrong It takes a pretty headstrong seven year old to lie to her father about riding her bicycle outside and instead secretly ride all the way to her mothers house Some people believe that a persons personality is subject to their environment thus suggesting that personality is modifiable But what is
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