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Simon's Blog - June 21, 2005

June 21, 2005

School's done and summer has arrived! No more teachers, no more tests. It's time to party!. I was totally sure I was going to fail all my tests, but somehow I passed. My parents aren't going to be thrilled to see my report card filled with Cs, but I don't have any Fs and they think I've got a learning disability, so they probably won't ground me. Plus, my older brother always has at least one "F" on his report card, which makes me look good.

To celebrate the end of school, I'm going to a party at one of my friend's house. He's having a barbecue - he's got a swimming pool and there's supposed to be lots of girls there as well, so it should be fun. If I could meet a cool girl at the party, that would be a great start to summer.

The rest of my summer plans include skateboarding and hanging out with my dog Ralph - who I've kind of been ignoring lately because I've been busy. Ralph took a dump in my bedroom last week, which I think is his way of telling me he wants to hang out more. So, I'll probably take him for a long walk somewhere this weekend. What are you guys up to this summer? Going anywhere or doing anything exciting? about your summer plans.


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