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Sindy's Blog - January 18, 2007

January 18, 2007

I've been back to school for a week now and it's been going alright. I would rather be still at home watching movies all day and sleeping in till noon, but what are you going to do? I think my mom would have a bit of a problem with me dropping out of school to pursue a career as a socialite.

So, unfortunately, my 2007 didn't exactly start out on as happy a note as Simon's. I didn't get a kiss from my crush, I didn't go to a crazy party... At midnight I was banging pots and pans in my front yard with my little sister. Yeah. I'm a party animal, huh? Oh well, I've made some resolutions for the year to ensure that I make the most of this coming year.

Here's my list:

  • Convince my mom to let me get a cell phone. This is going to be tricky, but I think if I persist I might just make it happen.
  • Drink more water and less pop. It's going to be tough cuz I am a big fan of a can of pop with my lunch but I figure this year is as good as any to start being a bit healthier.
  • Take guitar lessons. I kind of know how to play the guitar but I've never taken any real lessons so I'd like to buff up on my skills.
  • Go surfing at least once a month. I live by the ocean, I really should be taking advantage of that fact more often.
  • And the last, and probably most difficult goal on my list, is to be nicer to my sister Amy. It's not entirely her fault that she's so annoying. I need to start being the bigger person and letting some of her irritating qualities not get to me.
  • Have any of you come up with New Year's resolutions or goals? Have you been able to stick to them or have you already broken some of them? what you've decided on!

    Peace Out,

    Sindy

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