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Sindy's Blog - April 6, 2006

Sindy blogs about her Spring Break plans. What are yours?
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April 6, 2006

I think it's a safe bet to say I'll be having a better Spring Break than Simon. Ours is combined with Easter weekend, so we get an extra day off, and I won't be grounded the whole time! Not that I have any crazy-cool plans. I think it'll be a lot of just hanging out and catching up on sleep and homework.

Sometimes just having a week to do absolutely nothing is a good thing. Mom has to work all Spring Break so we can't go on any trips and I'll have to look after Amy every day. But, I'm going to make the best of it any way. Have a few sleepovers, maybe a movie night with Josh, take Amy swimming or maybe bowling. I'm actually looking forward to it.

What do you guys usually do during Spring Break? A couple of times I've managed to talk the 'rents into letting me have a visit with Simon, but due to his latest cheating scandal, that was totally out of the question. Hopefully he'll stay out of trouble for the rest of the year so we can hang out at some point during the summer. It would be really weird to go an entire year without seeing him.

I still have a couple days of school to go. Well, I guess one. Tomorrow we'll be getting all of our assignments for over the holidays. I just hope it's not too much work. I'm cool with having to do a book report or something like that, but I'm with Simon on limiting the amount of homework we're given during a break.

Peace Out,

Sindy

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