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Sindy's Blog - July 17, 2003

July 17, 2003

So, hanging in a car all the time isn't exactly cool. It's hot, sticky and I'm getting bored of all these car games we've been playing. Like the license plate game. Have you played that before? It seems fun, at first. But a couple of days with your face glued to the car window looking at the back of cars as they drive by - and the game just gets old. Anyone out there have any for something else Simon and I could do?

I guess we have been making up for all the long, boring car rides with our amusement park trips. Gonna be hitting some more roller coasters soon. Learned last time that it's not a good idea to stuff your face full of cotton candy before jumping on a ride that sends you upside down a million times.

I've been going through some weird mood swings in the past few days. One minute I'm super-stoked to be heading off on an adventure with Simon, the next I just want to crawl back into bed and watch some TV. Mom says it's just hormones. I thought hormones just made you all giggly and in love, and stuff but apparently not.

Haven't talked to Dylan in a few days. Haven't really had the time to call and I'm kind of running out of things to say to him. I'm sure we'll have lots to talk about when I get home. I wonder what he's doing right now? Is it creepy to be thinking about him all the time? I hope not...

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