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Sindy's Blog - December 30, 2004

December 30, 2004

Christmas is already over. It's kind of hard to believe. You get all worked up for this one day and then it's over. Poof. Just like that. My Christmas was okay - spent it with both my parents. My dad came over in the morning and then went home after dinner.

The holidays definitely aren't the same since my parents split up. They're kind of depressing cuz we all know that after Christmas day, everything goes back to normal with all of us living in separate houses and stuff. Oh well... I guess I just have to deal.

Things with me and Kaelin have been going pretty well lately. No major fights, which is definitely a bonus. I honestly can't believe that we've been together now for like, a year. This is the second New Year's we're going to be spending together - but I doubt it's going to be as exciting as last year.

Last year my mom let me go to this super cool party, but this year she's decided that if Kaelin and I want to hang out then we have to hang out at my house - with her supervision! How lame is that? I've invited a few people over like Anna and one of Kaelin's friend and we're all just gonna watch some DVDs, I think. So fingers crossed that it doesn't totally suck.

I feel so guilty whining about what I'm going to do for New Year's Eve when there's all those peeps in Asia dealing with the aftermath of that earthquake. I just can't even begin to imagine what those people are going through. I'd really like to try and help - I'm just not sure what I could do. If anyone has any ideas, .

Peace Out,

Sindy

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