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Sindy's Blog - November 27, 2003

Sindy writes about her date with Kaelin in her free, online, teen journal.
Sindy Blogs About Her Date
November 27, 2003

So, the date has come and gone, and I am still alive. No real trauma to report on. Kaelin and I ended up going to see The Cat in the Hat (he didn't think it was lame at all)! I was nervous, cuz I'm still not real sure how to act around guys I like, you know? But I managed to play it pretty cool, I think. He's still talkin' to me, so that's a good sign!

I'm sure you all want to hear all the nitty-gritty details of the date, but there isn't a lot to report. Yes, there was a kiss when he dropped me off at home, but it wasn't anything like you see in the movies. We kind of stood there and said good-bye to each other like five times before he finally made a move. It was quick, there were no fireworks flashing above our heads, but it was cool anyway.

Of course I am totally "in like" with Kaelin. We could have sat and watched paint dry and I would have been impressed - but I don't want him to know that. I'll just lay low and wait for him to make the next move. A girl can only be so bold, I am definitely not putting my neck (and heart) out there again. I mean, I thought things went great but he might not feel the same. We all know what happened when I got too crazy about Dylan. I certainly do not need a repeat performance of that!

Whatever, if something happens, it happens. There's no use dwelling on it 24/7. The play opens next week so we've all been extremely busy doing our thing. I'm excited about the cast party next Friday. A.J. and I have already started planning our outfits. Yes, it's lame - but what do you really expect from a dorky 8th grader? This is all still really super-cool for me. Anyways... have turkey to eat! Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Sindy

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    InternetOwl
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