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Sindy's Blog :: March 18, 2008

March 18, 2008

So what'd you guys do for St. Patrick's Day? Did ya dress up in green, like I did? I pulled out my favorite green T-shirt, but I discovered a whole bunch of holes that weren't there last year when I wore it, so I had to go to the mall to buy some new green gear.

I heard Old Navy sells St. Paddy's Day T-shirts for real cheap. I found some cool tees with shamrock graphics on sale for about four bucks, so I ended up buying two of 'em! And yesterday, my mom and I made cupcakes with bright green frosting and minty milkshakes with vanilla ice cream and lots of green food coloring. Afterwards, we all sat down to watch Darby O'Gill and the Little People. It's kind of become a family tradition to watch it every year, and you know you can never pass up traditions.

Anyway, thanks for writing in with all of your great suggestions about what I can do during spring break. One idea I especially liked was to go down to the local animal shelter and adopt an animal. I absolutely love dogs and have always wanted to adopt one, but Amy is allergic to both dog and cat hair, so there goes that idea. But I'm still gonna head down to the animal shelter this week to check out the animals. Maybe I can ask about volunteer opportunities cuz it'd be fun to walk dogs once a week or something.

Let me know how you guys celebrated St. Patrick's Day, and what your plans are for spring break. when you have the time!

Peace Out,
Sindy

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