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Simon's Blog - April 26, 2005

April 26, 2005

So, Sindy can't stop babbling about my friend, Trick, who she met here when she came to visit me over spring break. She's always going on about how he's so sweet, how he's so mature and how he really digs her. Sindy even thinks he's going to come visit her all the way in California. Trick can barely make it to school each day, so there's no chance he's going to make it to Cali to see Sindy. The way she goes on about him makes me want to puke. I don't really care who Sindy likes but Trick could be bad news. I don't know why but I could see him being trouble down the road.

Anyway, I'm not going to waste anymore time blogging about the mushy details of Sindy's love life. I'm more concerned about preparing for the skate competition next month and getting through school. This school year is taking forever. Every class seems to go so slowly and I'm starting to get a bit worried about all the tests that are coming up at the end of the year.

As you probably know, I'm not a big fan of school or homework, so all this talk of tests is getting me a bit nervous. I just want to do well enough that I don't have to go to summer school again. If I could just become a pro skateboarder, I could ditch school and wouldn't have to worry about anything else.

Later,
Simon

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