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Sindy's Blog - May 15, 2003

May 15, 2003

Whoa! Still can't figure out the deal with the 'rents. Dad just didn't come home this weekend. He said he had a ton of work at the office. He's spent a night there before when he's swamped but never a whole weekend. Does he really think he can hide and not deal with whatever it is they're going through? I emailed Simon about it and he says his aunt and uncle fought this bad right before they divorced. My parents couldn't possibly be ready for the "D" word. No way... right? Ugh!

I know it's none of my business really but I'm getting pretty tempted to confront them about all this. It's not just their lives they're making a mess of, ya know? I'm stressin' cuz they're stressin' and it's not doing anything good for my complexion!

Stress=zits and the last thing I need before the big year end dance is a giant growth on my forehead. Better scour the medicine cabinet for some heavy-duty acne meds. I wonder if we still have some of that tea tree oil kicking around? I hear it does wonders for your skin.

All I can say is that those two better hurry and make up already. They've never fought for this long before and it's really starting to freak me out...

Sindy

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