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Sindy's Blog - January 22, 2004

January 22, 2004

Everything seems to be back to normal at school. My farting dilemma doesn't appear to be registering on anyone's radar anymore and I am thankful. Even Kaelin has chilled out - I think things are back on track. Now if only I could ace my math test tomorrow, my week would be perfect.

The new drama production starts up next week, which I'm excited about. I think I'm going to focus a lot more on the costume end of it. A.J. and I are actually going thrift store shopping this weekend to get ideas. It should be a good time, especially since I haven't been spending as much time with A.J. as I should. I've just been too wrapped up in my own drama. Not cool - A.J.'s always there for me, so I should be there for her too.

I'm supposed to be writing a History paper right now, but I just can't focus - so instead I've just been doodling and dancing to a little Andre 3000... man, that Hey Ya song just makes ya wanna dance! Mom has yelled up at me a couple times to keep it down but she's been spazzing a lot lately. Not sure what's up, but for once I think I would actually prefer to be staying with dad.

I think I'll probably head to dad's for the weekend. I've been ditching my visits with him a lot lately and mom has been on my case about it. It's not my fault that Kaelin is way more fun to do hang out with. Knowing dad, he's going to drag us to the zoo or something lame like that. I swear he thinks we're, like, five. Oh well - I guess this is what you have to put up with when your parents split up.

Oh, before I take off, thanks to all those peeps who wrote me to lend support through all that trauma. Check out what they had to say:

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