This is just what it says: a diary from Syd. It starts off when she enters the Academy and will go through Endings. Now on Wired Part 1.
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I don't own Power Rangers
Note: This is just different days in Syd's life after she joins it.
In this Bridge and Syd are born in 2004 and Sky is born in 2001. Jack
and Z are born in 2003.
September 1, 2022
I've decided to have a separate diary for my life at SPD. Wow
SPD—I'm in SPD. My friends wanted to know why I joined. I think
mainly it's because I've never done anything like this before. I
love a challenge. I'm also good at anything I try, so odds are I'll
be the best at it. My Dad gave me a lecture on how I still need to
work on things, but I guess we'll see. This also gives me the
opportunity to give back, and I love helping people. I mean not
everyone-well actually no one is as good as me. I mean I am a top
model, actress, and singer. Who else is as good as me? No one.
Everyone loves me and not that I can blame them. But one day I don't
know, I felt like everything in my life was the same. I talked to my
parents about it who suggested SPD. Now I was in shock, why would
they want their precious princess to be in something like this. My
Mom's a teacher, not for the money, she says she loves it, and my
Dad, well he does business stuff. Plus on the side we raise
Pomeranians. My Dad explained that it was kind of like doing service,
so I should try it. Here I am.
The first day was pretty cool. I made it through all the tests easy
enough. Now granted the uniforms are drab, I mean they're gray.
They couldn't be pink or something? Oh well, not everyone has my
taste. Anyways, the plus side—the guys. There are some pretty cute
guys here which definitely makes life easier. I think some talk to me
because of who I am—Syndey Drew. There was someone, who when they
talked to me, well they made me feel like I was just a normal
person—special, but normal. I've never felt that way before, it
was nice. His name is Bridge Carson. He's a new recruit too. We're
both on the same team. When I first heard his name I thought it was a
little weird—but at the same time it fits him. He was very sincere
when he said hi. He's a couple inches taller than me,
brownish-reddish hair and I think green or hazel eyes. He's got a
cute smile too. We had lunch together. We talked about so many
things. He can ramble—a lot. I know he has a point—I just wish he
would get to it faster. He also wears gloves. I mean all the time. I
wonder if he's one of those people who don't like to touch
things. I wonder.
The commander here is Anubis Cruger. He's a dog—really. He seems
kind of scary, but I only met him when he briefed us, which was like
2 minutes. I share a room with Liza. She's ok. She tends to talk a
lot. It's not like when Bridge talks. I think Liza just talks to be
annoying. I'm sure that in time Bridge could have potential of
getting annoying, but Liza, it's just horrible. I hate sharing a
room, it's so unfair. Maybe I'll talk to Mom and Dad. Money does
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