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Simon's Blog :: February 12, 2008

February 12, 2008

The Emily situation is just as confusing as ever, but thankfully she's in Mexico with her family this week so I don't need to worry about what to do about the whole "V-Day" thing. Phew!

While I'll miss hanging out with her, it's sort of cool to have a week off over-thinking every single thing I say to her, you know? So it's off to the skate park to be to the cool, collected guy I used to be (or used to think I was). Score!

I know it's a little early, but I'm trying to figure out Spring Break plans. I can't afford to really go anywhere (and my mom would kill me if I tried to go on an adult-free trip), but I just want to have some actual plans instead of playing video games all week. What are you all doing?

Anyway, dudes, thanks again for all of your emails. I hope you all have a great Valentine's Day. and let me know how it goes!

Later,
Simon

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