Saying "sorry" is rarely easy, but making an apology that everyone can see takes a little more courage.Friday, in the middle of the busy Galleria intersection of Westheimer and Post Oak, Miguel Barba did just that. Armed with a bright sign, he issued a public apology to his wife.He said he has taken her for granted; that he gets too angry and insecure.Barba hopes his public acknowledgement of his shortcomings is enough for his wife to forgive him."She knows that I hate having random strangers know my business," Barba said. "For me to go out of my way, embarrass myself, admit what I've done, I hope that she sees that I am sorry." Most who saw Barba's sign told us they were impressed with the effort.No word, yet, what his wife thinks of it.
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