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I knew there was something Joey wasn’t telling me. Mallory TUESDAY MORNING, AT MY DESK AT SCHOOL Dear Diary, On the way to school, I asked Joey if he knew of any questions that his dad was planning to ask Colleen. Joey said his dad probably asks Colleen questions all the time because he always asks him questions like: Will you please do your homework? And will you please 61 clean up your room? I knew Joey didn’t know I was talking about the will-you-marry-me question, so I asked Winnie. When I asked her, she said she had a question to ask me.
I didn’t walk with him because I didn’t want to hear about his weekend with Mary Ann. But for some reason, right when I got to school, the first thing I asked Joey was if he had a fun weekend with Mary Ann. Really, I didn’t ask him. My mouth did. It just sort of started talking before I could stop it and here’s what it said: 55 Mallory: So, how was your weekend with Mary Ann? Joey: Fun. Mallory: What did you do? Joey: We went for pizza, rollerblading, and to an amusement park. Mallory: Is that all?
I even tried 36 singing myself to sleep, but Max came into my room and told me that if I said one more word I’d be sleeping outside (and he didn’t say it very nicely). When he said that, I scooped up Cheeseburger and went upstairs to Mom and Dad’s room and told them I would have to sleep with them tonight. But they said I had to sleep in my own room. So I told them what I’ve been thinking ever since this afternoon. I told them they haven’t been very good parents lately. When I said that, they acted shocked 37 and surprised.