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Sindy's Blog - July 26, 2007

Sindy's Blog - July 26, 2007 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 26, 2007
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Sindy blogs about her part-time summer job working at the surf shop and her crush on her co-worker, Finn.

July 26, 2007

While Simon's love life is falling apart, mine is heating up. I haven't quite worked up the courage to make a move on Finn, but we've been hanging out a lot lately - without Sadie!

It's not that Sadie hasn't been around. We're still all jamming together but Sadie's just not as big a fan of surfing as Finn and I. We've been going out every morning before work together. I can't believe how good I'm getting... not to brag or anything! It's just amazing what a little practice does for your form.

Finn is hard to read though. He definitely enjoys hanging out with me, but he hasn't really indicated that he likes me more than a friend. We kind of flirt, but I don't know... I'm just not that good at this sort of thing. I need a guy to be forward and just tell me he likes me, you know?

I can't believe how fast this summer is flying by. I wanted to see Simon before I headed back to school. Maybe if his skate camp job is done a bit early he can come out here for a week or something at the end of the summer. I'm sure that'll drive Vanessa crazy! I can't believe he was dating such an insecure chick. Simon is the last guy in the world who would cheat.

I should probably get out of the house and get some things done. My mom wants me to take Amy to the park and get some stuff for dinner tonight. I'm voting for potato salad and hamburgers.

If any of you have advice on how I can open up to Finn, I'd love to ! I'm certainly not doing so good on my own...

Peace Out,
Sindy

1 Cool blog - I think you might be having more fun than me so far. My summer sucks.
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1 Well I think you should kiss Finn immediately when he is close to you. Kiss him for about two minutes and see what his reaction is and if he's a bit surprised, kiss him again for five minutes and see if he will kiss you back.
Username: Annonymous

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