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Sindy's Blog - July 3, 2003

July 3, 2003

The vacay is going pretty well. Mostly been soaking up the sun and running around town. Hit Disneyland the other day - talk about cool. Simon and I spent the whole day running from line-up to line-up. I don't know what I would've done if Simon hadn't come with us on our trip. I would probably have spent most of my time going on stupid little kid rides with the sis. Hurray for best friends.

I know I haven't been gone that long but I really miss Dylan. I tried giving him a call last night but no one was home. I wonder where he was? Probably just doing something with his family. Or maybe he was hanging with his friends. I don't really know why I care so much. It's not like he's my BF or anything. Sure would be cool if he was though.

I've been trying to get Simon to dish about any girls he likes but he keeps saying he's not interested in girls right now. I think he's hiding something. There's gotta be someone he's crushin' on back in Detroit. Boys are weird. I don't know why they can't just say what's on their mind? I mean, I'd probably be able to give Simon a little girl perspective on his situation. Maybe he really doesn't like anyone right now. No... he definitely likes someone.

I hope some peeps checked out mine and Simon's ultra-cool California Adventure Park review. Which reminds me, I should start writin' my review of Disneyland before I fall asleep - it's been a long couple of days.

Peace Out,

Sindy

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