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Sindy's Blog - June 2, 2005

June 2, 2005

So, I'm not even that interested in having a boyfriend right now, but I've been chatting online with Simon's friend Trick, right? He's a pretty cool guy - he skates, likes a lot of the same bands as me, wears nice shoes (you all know that is important!). But for some reason, Simon decided to stick his big, fat nose into my business and tell Trick to stop talking to me! What's that all about?!?

Simon didn't even have the guts to say something to me about all this, he just told Trick to back off. Trick then of course told me. So I call Simon up and he's being all sketchy and won't tell me why he doesn't want me talking to Trick, just that he's not a good guy. I'm sorry, but he's going to have to come up with something better than that if I'm going to listen to him. If Simon has dirt on this guy, I wanna hear it. If he doesn't, he's the one who needs to back off.

Phew! Okay, I think I'm done ranting about Simon. It's just frustrating that he wouldn't be up front with me. It's not like he's jealous or anything - he's like my brother, you know? I think I need a break from all boys right now. Friends and crushes. They are way too much to handle right now!

So, it's totally summer! It's getting warmer, everyone's getting antsy for school to be over... Only a few more days, isn't that awesome? I still haven't figured out what I'm going to do with my summer. I figure I should get a job or something, but I haven't looked for one yet. I should check out the stuff here at Kidzworld. They've got some cool ideas on summer jobs. And at this point, I need all the help I can get.

Peace Out,
Sindy

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