Marcela González, who runs a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, was thrilled to find that she could dress her daughter’s bags for her first trip abroad.
“I was like, wow, this is awesome,” Gonzáles said.
We were all excited, we had this wonderful time and she loved it.” “
We would be going to a Mexican-themed grocery store and we could buy a bag and bring it back to her with her to show her what she could wear in Mexico.
We were all excited, we had this wonderful time and she loved it.”
The trip, however, wasn’t easy.
Gonzáls daughter, Ana Maria, had already grown bored of the trip and wanted to do her own shopping.
“She said, ‘I’m going to do my own shopping,'” Gonzális said.
Her daughter decided to go to the grocery store to get supplies for a trip to the U.S. However, when she walked into the store, she discovered that the store’s employee was not wearing a traditional Mexican-inspired bag.
“They had no bags,” Gonzales said.
She went to the employee and asked him to change his style.
“He said, no, I’m wearing my own bag.
We went back to the store and I was like what do you mean, they had no bag?” she said.
In addition to the bags, Gonzálvas daughter’s bag contained other Mexican souvenirs, including a small bottle of water.
Gonzales told the employee to take the bottles back with him.
Gonzagues daughter then went to a friend to get her own Mexican-style bag, which she found out to be too big for her to wear.
“It was too big.
She was like you know, I don’t need this.
It’s too big,” Gonzas said.
The girl ended up having to change her bags to a smaller size to fit in the bag her friend brought home.
Gonzals daughter said she was able to return to the United States on the second trip and was able visit her family again.
“Our daughter loved it, she loved going out and she’s very happy,” Gonzazes said.
When she returned to the States, she found that she was still not getting much interaction with her family.
“The first day, my wife was like ‘Are you going to come home to your daughter?’
I was just like, ‘No,'” Gonzales recalled.
“So, she was just so confused and she didn’t know what was going on.
And then the second day, she came home and she was like mom, I didn’t come home and my daughter didn’t have her own bag,” Gonzalez said.
Although the family was happy, the visit was a tough one.
“As we were sitting there, I was thinking, ‘We are going to miss my family.
We are going have to come up with a plan.
I don,t want to leave her.’
I was sad and scared and I felt so bad,” Gonzaga said.
One week after her daughter returned to Mexico, she and her husband decided to make the first stop on the trip.
“This is the first time we are going back to Mexico.
I want to feel comfortable, to feel like I am with my family,” Gonzalo said.
After visiting her parents house, the couple decided to take a break in a hotel.
The next day, Gonzalo was back at home.
The family spent the rest of the day at home, preparing for the trip, and then she and the husband headed to a restaurant in Mexico City to celebrate the trip’s completion.
They went to eat at a Mexican eatery and Gonzalo went into a restaurant to order a meal.
Gonzalo thought she would be able to get home the next day.
Instead, she got the following message: “Thank you for your business.”
Gonzalo did not understand the message.
“You can just say it,” Gonzagos said.
It was around this time that she got a call from her husband.
He said he wanted to know why she was not showing up for dinner that night.
“When he called me and said I was late, I just looked at him like, what is going on?
And I was really upset,” Gonzaria said.
Gonzaga thought she was going to be late for dinner and was upset about the whole situation.
She also felt like she was being punished by the restaurant for not showing.
Gonzagas husband said they were told that if they did not show, it would be “a big problem.”
They were also told that they could go home and have dinner, but that if Gonzagia did not make it home, it could be a problem.
Gonzaria decided that the best thing to do was to get the