That's what the sticker says that they gave me: I Voted. How exciting that my voice has been heard as a voting citizen for the first time! I followed some Sierra Club recommendations and talked with my parents about the different issues and people to vote for. Sierra Club recommended No on Measure D, but I voted Yes because it makes way more sense, even from an environmental standpoint. (Don't know what that is? Check it out here: http://oakgrovepleasanton.com/ or on Pleasanton Patch.)
Today was my last full day of high school. Tomorrow and Thursday are half days for finals, and then Friday is graduation practice and senior assembly. Then, I graduate! :)
Think of the sunset from the sun's point of view.
- Steven Wright
Welcome to Green Gal's blog, where you'll find stories, recipes, gardening updates, and green tips related to nature, adventure, placemaking, and food systems. This blog is written by a young woman entrepreneur who is also a beginning farmer-gardener and seasoned sustainability educator who loves to grow, cook, ferment, and eat local and ecologically happy food.
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