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Sindy's Blog - July 12, 2007

July 12, 2007

The summer's been treating me pretty good so far. The weather's been great, my job is super easy and I've managed to squeeze in a surf session at least once a day! This definitely beats sitting in class.

I get to work with a couple of cool people at the surf shop too. We all kind of rotate days here, but there are few hours where you get to work with each other. So we were talking the other day and it turns out that Sadie and Finn (my co-workers) hold a jam session in Sadie's garage every Thursday night and they've invited me to join them. How cool is that?

So now I get to work in a surf shop all summer and practice my guitar with other people. Sadie and Finn have never played a show, but they've been thinking about working on some songs and maybe start playing at local coffee shops or something. How great would that be? Sadie plays keyboards and she's a wicked singer and Finn can play like a million instruments (but he wants to be a drummer).

All of this is so great, but of course there has to be a catch. I may have a little crush on Finn. Not a problem? Well, I think Sadie has a crush on him too... but he is completely oblivious. I don't want to be a jerk and steal her crush, so maybe I'll just sit back and admire him from afar, see how things go. Probably best to keep my eyes peeled for some cute surfer that comes into the store than get involved in a love triangle. What do you guys think?

Peace Out,
Sindy

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