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Sindy's Blog - August 25, 2005

August 25, 2005

Just got back from camping with my mom and sis and it was a really good time. I wouldn't have imagined spending a whole week in the wilderness with those two being fun, but it was. Roasting marshmallows, telling ghost stories and swimming in the lake - what more could you want?

I think my favorite part about going camping is just sitting back in the absolute peace and quiet and reading a good book. It's so hard to find real alone time when you're at home, so I love it when I get to just chill out in the bush with nothing but the sounds of birds and the water lapping against the shore.

It is a little depressing now that our trip is over because it means that school is just a week away. I've never really dreaded heading back to school, but this summer has just been so enjoyable, I don't want it to end! I still have some shifts at the diner and then once school starts up I am going to try to continue working there at least one or two days a week.

The thing that freaks me out the most is that I still haven't made a move on this customer of mine, who I think is so cute. He comes in all the time and we talk, but I just haven't been able to get up the nerve to ask him out. You guys have been really encouraging though, so I think this week I am going to make my move. Keep your fingers crossed for me!

Peace Out,

Sindy

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