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Sindy's Blog - October 9, 2003

Sindy is working on the school play, Romeo and Juliet.
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October 9, 2003

Been spending a lot of my time working on the play this past week. It's helped me keep my mind off things. I'm meeting lots of cool people, which is good. I haven't been too impressed with my friends lately.

You would think if one of your friends has been going through serious trauma you would try and be there for them - try and cheer them up. But everyone's just been acting really strange around me. At least with the kids in the drama club, no one knows what's going on in my life, so no one treats me weird.

There's also this really cute guy who's working on lighting. I don't know his name and it seems like he's probably at least in tenth grade, so I doubt I'll ever have a chance to talk to him. At least I have something to look forward to everyday. I'll have to make sure I don't start looking like a creep by staring at him all the time! He definitely won't talk to me then.

Haven't talked to Simon in a while. I think school is going well for him but he doesn't like to talk much about it so I can never really tell. Have a giant history test coming up that I should study for now - been leaving everything 'til the last minute lately.

Peace Out,

Sindy

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