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Sindy's Blog - October 30, 2003

October 30, 2003

Oh, I am so excited! Halloween is tomorrow and my costume looks so great. Headed to a party at some girl's house from the play - it's so cool to be included in all these drama events. And dude-that's-really-cute is going to be there! His name is Kaelin. How dreamy is that?!

I'd really like to be able to talk to him but I just don't know what to say. I found out for sure that he's in tenth - like he'd be interested in listening to some lame eighth grader babble on about nothing. I'm not ruling out all contact with him though. If I psych myself up enough anything could happen.

Haven't talked to Simon in quite a while. I've just been so busy with the play and everything else that's been going on (had to have supper with my dad last night cuz I won't see him this weekend), that I haven't had a chance to give him a call. Then again, he hasn't exactly been making much of an effort either. Well, I'll have to talk to him after Friday and get his take on my new potential crush.

I still have loads of homework that I have to get through before tomorrow and I need to put the finishing touches on my costume. Guess I better get on that and stop rambling about cute boys! There will be plenty of time for that after the Halloween party - there's bound to be a story or two to tell...

Peace Out,

Sindy

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