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Simon's Blog - March 9, 2004

March 9, 2004

Okay so I can't talk long here - my dad is downstairs watching hockey and he thinks I am studying. (If he caught me blogging, I'd be grounded until I was 18). But I had to tell ya about this thing that happened...

Kara called my house.

Yeah, I'm serious. Thank God my mom answered the phone and not Miguel or Joey or I would never hear the end of it. Mom was pretty cool about it, except for smiling at me like a big dork. Anyway, Kara said she hadn't seen me at the skatepark lately so she was just wondering if I was okay. I told her I was cool, but had a lot of family stuff and homework. In other words, I lied. But I was not going to tell her I got grounded for being a moron. I doubt that would have impressed her. Anyway, we talked for a few minutes about skating and school and then she said, "I'll look for you tomorrow at lunch." I was like, "cool."

I wonder how she got my number? I knew Kara was a cool chick, but now she's even cooler. I was thinking of asking her to go see a flick before, but was kinda not sure. Now I am totally gonna do it - after this grounding thing.

I gotta fly - dad's bound to come up and check on me between periods.

Simon

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