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Sindy's Blog - August 26, 2004

August 26, 2004

While Simon's been having the time of his life this summer, I've been locked away like a criminal. Luckily, he's finally arrived here in California! I didn't realize how much I missed him until he got here. The 'rents have let up on my punishment for the time that Simon's visiting, which is so great!

Not only have my parents let me off the hook for now about the whole bellybutton thing, they've been driving me and Simon all over the place, letting us do pretty much whatever we want. The other day we went wakeboarding! It was the first time I'd tried it, so yeah, I totally sucked. But Simon totally caught on fast (must be his expert skateboarding moves). It was pretty rad.

I'm not sure what else we are going to do while he's here... we went to Disneyland last year, so I think we'll skip that this time. A.J has invited us over for a video night. Both me and Simon are dying to rent a bunch of super scary movies, but I don't think A.J. will go for that - she gets really freaked out by that stuff. Which I don't really get, cuz it's not real, you know? Whatever, maybe me and Simon can have our own horror flick marathon before he leaves.

What the 'rents don't know about the video night at A.J.'s is that Kaelin is gonna be there. I need to introduce Simon to him before he leaves cuz it's important to me that he likes him. I think they'll get along... they both like skateboarding. I'm sure they can find a bunch of stuff to talk about - I hope they can anyway! It would really suck if they didn't get along.

Have any of you had to choose between your best friend and your boyfriend/girlfriend? What did you do? Let me know... I like hearing from you guys!

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