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Sindy's Blog :: March 4, 2008

March 4, 2008

I can't wait for spring break! I'm lookin' forward to a week off of school, but it's not exactly going to be a fun week cuz I'm going to be stuck at home.

Everyone I know is going away for spring break! Finn's going to Florida with his family to visit his relatives. A.J. and her parents are flying off to Mexico to go snorkeling, scuba diving and swimming with the dolphins. Another good friend of mine, Ashley, is taking a road trip up and down the Oregon coast. And my next door neighbor is going on a school camping trip to Lake Arrowhead. As for me, my family isn't going anywhere this year, which totally sucks. But I really don't want to waste the whole week doin' nothing, so I need to come up with a plan, fast!

If my mom thinks I'm bored and have nothing to do, then she'll definitely force me to babysit Amy or do a gazillion chores around the house. So, I have to get out of the house as much as possible! Maybe I'll go surfing, take a couple of guitar classes to refresh my skills, head to the library and catch up on all the books I've been wanting to read... hmm, what else?

What do you guys have goin' on for spring break? Are you staying in town or going on vacation with your friends and family? And do ya have any fun suggestions about what I can do while I'm stuck at home all week? Drop me a line and !

Peace Out,
Sindy

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