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Sindy's Blog - January 26, 2006

January 26, 2006

I feel bad for Simon. He was really crushin' on this girl Sam and then his good-for-nothing best friend Ben had to swoop in and steal her from him. How lame is that. I know how he feels. The same thing happened to me when I was dating Dylan and then Sarah started going out with him when I was on summer vacation!

I don't know why people would think it was okay to steal a crush or boyfriend/girlfriend from their friend. That is totally one of the lowest things ever! I would absolutely never do that to my friend. I wouldn't even do that to my enemy. It's just so not cool. Treat others as you'd want to be treated - that's my motto.

I've been spending these last few weeks trying out new hobbies, getting a feel for what I like the most and might want to do on a regular basis. I was hoping to get a little more active this year, so I've gone to a few Pilates classes. I actually really like it! After the first class my body hurt sooo much, but after a few more times you start to feel a lot better.

I'd also like to get into some crafty stuff like sewing or pottery or something but I've been so swamped with school work, hanging with Josh and my new Pilates routine that I haven't had a chance to get into anything. Maybe in February I'll find the time... Have any of you taken on new hobbies this year? I'd love to hear what they are!

Chinese New Year

Peace Out,

Sindy

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