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Simon's Blog - March 30, 2004

Simon is writing in his free online teen journal about his first kiss, dating Kara and his upcoming science test.
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March 30, 2004

So, I had a pretty fine weekend. Ben and I were invited over to Zoe's house Saturday night to watch movies. Of course, Kara was there. It was sweet - Zoe's parents are way cooler than mine. They let us chill out in the basement alone, and barely bothered us. My parents - especially my mom - would be way-annoying if I had friends over. Anyway, we rented Brother Bear (girls' choice) and Holes (boys' choice).

The movies were good. Kara and I held hands through both of 'em, which was cool, but I had to forfeit eating large quantities of the caramel popcorn Zoe's mom had made for us. But, giving her the extra attention was totally worth it cuz at the end of the night Kara kissed me. Totally just laid one right on me. I had been thinking about kissing her, but wasn't sure how or when, or anything. Not to be all girlie, but I do have to say it was pretty awesome.

I didn't call Kara or see her again all weekend, I wanted to call her Sunday night, but Ben told me that I would seem desperate and no girl wants a needy dude. Like I said before, Ben seems to know what he's doing. Besides the fact that he's had girlfriends before, I think Zoe's totally into him. That'd be cool if he was datin' Zoe and I was dating Kara - since we're always together anyway.

So, my science test is tomorrow. I studied most of Sunday night, and last night. It's just that I have to read a lot of stuff from the textbook, and I suck at reading. I keep reading the same paragraph over and over and I just don't get it. It won't sink in. Mom said she'd help me out when she got home from work tonight. My mom is science-smart so she should be able to help me.

Simon

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