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Sindy's Blog - January 27, 2005

Read about Sindy's fight with A.J. in her free online teen blog.
Sindy's Blog

January 27, 2004

Duck! With all the food that was flying today, I'm still a little apprehensive about getting hit in the head with a piece of bologna or something. You just would not believe the crazy fight that went down at lunch. It was pretty unbelievable.

Now, I should probably also clarify that I was kind of the one to start the fight. I know... I'm not the fighting type, but I just kind of lost it. A.J. walked into the cafeteria with her new group of friends and she kind of shot me this dirty look. Then her and her posse started whispering and pointing in my direction, giggling the whole time.

Well, I was kind of tired of her treating me like garbage, so I grabbed a piece of cheese off of my lunch tray and threw it at her head! It hit her right in the face, which did not make her very happy. Before I knew it, there was milk being poured on my head and the whole cafeteria seemed to erupt in chaos.

Both A.J. and I were dragged into the principal's office and threatened with suspension. He called both our parents and sent us home for the rest of the day. I was so worried about what my mom was going to do, but she's been pretty cool about the whole thing. I'm grounded of course, but she says that maybe A.J. and I actually miss being friends with one another and we weren't able to figure out how to tell one another. I'm pretty sure throwing cheese at her face was the wrong move.

Anyways, I'm not really supposed to be on the computer. More on this drama soon...

Peace Out,

Sindy

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