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Sindy's Blog - June 5, 2003

June 5, 2003

I don't know why I even waste my time with boys. One minute they act like you're the only girl in the room, the next it's like you have a giant wart on your nose and they're doing everything they can to avoid you. What is that?

I thought Dylan and I were really connecting, and sometimes it seems like we are - but that's usually when there's no one else around. I swear, the second any of his friends show up, he acts like I'm some annoying, kid sister who he's trying to ditch. I'm really getting tired of all these games!

On the other hand, he showed up at skool yesterday in this collared, button-down shirt looking absolutely gorgey (don't you love that word? I got it from one of those Georgia Nicolson books - so good!) *Sigh* I don't know what to do. I wish he'd just figure things out and act like a normal human being. Whatever. I guess I just have to stop stressin'.

So, all I want to do right now is curl up and go to sleep but the 'rents are back to their late night screaming matches. You think they'd have learned to be a little less selfish by now, but no. Guess I'll just try and fall asleep with my Boomkat CD playing to drown out the noise.

Sindy

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