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Sindy's Blog - November 17, 2005

Sindy's Blog - November 17, 2005 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Sindy blogs about her plans for thanksgiving and asks the readers to send in their stories of their holiday plans.

November 17, 2005

So it sounds like you guys had a pretty great Halloween! Thanks for sending in all your stories. It's always so great to hear from you! Things with me are alright. Lots of school work, my sister is annoying as ever and I rarely have time to see Josh. But, Thanksgiving is just around the corner and I am so excited.

I think that my parents are actually going to call a truce for the day and we're going to have a crazy big meal together. Turkey, sweet potatoes, stuffing, gravy... it's going to be awesome! What are your plans for the big holiday? Do you have a big family dinner or is it more low-key? I've posted all your comments about Halloween and I can't wait to hear about your Thanksgiving Day adventures!

1 I was the Corpse Bride for Halloween. I had a sleeveless dress and a pro did my make-up (she's my sis-in-law).
corpesy

1 My Halloween was pretty cool. I trick or treated mostly in my neighborhood and everyone was nice even though I had doubts I was a bit old. I got a ton a candy, but I went to trick or treat a little late, but before 9pm. I got tons of candy, sadly I had no one to trade it with. My bro wouldn't go with me and so I had a great Halloween anyways!
Laminadsl

1 Dear Sindy, My Halloween was great. I was a Gothic Chick. After I was done trick-or-treating I went to a party. My crush was there and he asked me to dance. It was the best Halloween ever!!!
lil,angel111

1 I went to my boyfriend's house and we scared little kids. HA. And we did other stuff.
memhockey9

1 You are so right. Who does that lady think she is?
dizzy_dancer

1 Hey Sindy, My Halloween went alright. I went to a school dance and danced with my girlfriend Shelby - it was cool. Then I went to go trick or treating, but didn't get anything. Same thing happened to me but it was cool having a movie night with my friends and playing some video games and coming on Kidzworld a lot to talk to people. I hope I can talk to you on chat. Well bye. Have a great Thanksgiving Sindy!
bignickle

Peace Out,

Sindy

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