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Sindy's Blog - September 14, 2006

September 14, 2006

Don't you hate how, no matter how long of a vacation you've had, as soon as you head back to school it feels like you never left? I've only been back to school for a couple of weeks, but already I have a huge mountain of homework. At least I managed to get some back-to-school shopping in last weekend. New clothes always make the transition back into daily boredom much easier!

I only managed to get a few classic pieces like a new pair of jeans (the skinny ones), cute ballerina flats and some headbands. I've made a list of things I'd still like to get though. Here are a few of the things I'm looking forward to getting after my last paycheck from summer camp comes through.

  • A tweed jumper.
  • Leggings (a variety of colors).
  • A new winter coat.
  • Boots (not cowboy boots though!).
  • Oversized tote bag to carry all my books in (I'm so over backpacks).
  • Some men's button-down dress shirts.
  • A waist-cinching belt.
  • Okay, I realize that my list is a little long and probably going to cost a fortune but I figure I can probably track down some of this stuff at thrift stores. And if I don't get it all, I won't make a big fuss. Well... I might make a big fuss but I'll try and keep it to a minimum!

    So have you all done your back-to-school shopping now? Anything still left on your wish-list. I thought Kidzworld put together a pretty good list of back-to-school essentials for both boys and girls. If you haven't seen them, you should really check it out.

    Anyways, I'm going to keep this short today - gotta tackle some of my homework and maybe still have some time to hang out with some friends. There are tons of new people at my school this year, which is cool. if you're enjoying your time back!

    Peace Out,

    Sindy

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