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Sindy's Blog - May 19, 2005

May 19, 2005

So, prom was last week. I had been stressin' so much about it, but I really didn't have to. It was probably one of the best nights of my life. It was just so much fun!

My biggest fear was having to run into Kaelin and his date, but you know what? It wasn't a big deal at all. I went to prom with A.J. and a bunch of other girls. We got all dressed up and danced like crazy - and I didn't even see Kaelin until the very end of the night. I said "hey", but that's it.

I don't know why I was getting so boy crazy. It's so not a big deal if you're single. It's actually way more fun. I've been spending a lot more time with my friends, going to the mall, listening to music, it's been great. Sure, I still have a crush on Simon's friend Trick, but it's nothing serious.

I figure if there's a really great guy out there for me, he'll find me eventually. No use focusing all my attention on finding a guy, when I have so much else going on in my life anyway. What do you guys think? Is having a BF that important? .

Peace Out,

Sindy

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