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Sindy's Blog - September 4, 2003

September 4, 2003

Heading back to school wasn't as painful as I had imagined. In fact, it's great being back. I ended up with a pretty wicked schedule (though, it would be a lot better if they'd stop making us take math!)

There are a ton of cool peeps in my classes, which makes going to class a lot easier. The best part about being back is all the new super-cute boys roaming the halls this fall. I don't know why I got all bent out of shape over Dylan - there are way more fish in the sea.

I was a little worried about how everyone at school was going to react over the whole Dylan & Sara thing but it turns out that most of my friends are totally on my side and think he's a big slimeball. I feel a little bad cuz Sara ended up eating lunch all by herself on the first day but she kind of deserves it for stealing my guy! Okay, she doesn't really deserve it but it made me feel a little better anyway.

The only thing that really sucks about being back at school is already having homework to do! For English we have to write a short essay about our summer vacation, which seems like a lame third grade assignment but at least I have some cool stuff to write about. Maybe I'll give Simon a call tonight and have him help me write it over the phone. I should find out how his first day of school went anyway.

Sindy

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