And! My friend (and fellow UD VC grad) designed the logo.
November 20, 2009
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November 3, 2009
Well, it's my 25th birthday! I did pretty well on this little list, but I missed a few. They'll just have to go on my 25 before 26 list — I'll post that in the next week. And maybe I'll do a little recap of the things I did get to do. A lot has happened in a year!
(Gray items on the list have been completed!)
01. start my own Etsy shop
02. visit Kelly and Becca
03. go on a leisurely bike ride with Scott
04. design my first set of wedding invitations
05. go to the first wedding of one of my friends
06. become involved with the UD alumni association
07. design a logo for my brother Chris' new biz
08. go camping
09. bake cupcakes
10. make a project from this book, Printing by Hand
11. make a project from this book, Sock and Glove
12. eat dinner in NYC with Scott, my Dad and Peggy
13. make my mom's lasagna (and get my mom + mark to visit me!)
14. start a new blog for my Etsy shop
15. go to a concert at World Café Live with Scott (went to Johnny Brenda's instead)
16. go on a roadtrip + take lots of photos
17. create my postcard project
18. picnic at an AVAM summer outdoor film (did this in Philly instead)
19. go on a Baltimore harbor water taxi bar crawl with friends
20. finish crocheting my first blanket
21. make a new friend
22. go to a restaurant I haven't yet been to in Baltimore
23. discover my favorite podcast (The Moth)
24. finally visit the Baltimore aquarium
tags: 24 before 25
November 2, 2009
The ginkgo became my favorite leaf when I did my 7th grade science project on leaf identification. Their veins are unlike those of any other deciduous tree's leaves (which are either palm-veined or parallel-veined). I thought that was pretty cool.
© Sarah Rosenthal, 2009
More Neato Facts about Ginkgo Trees:
• they're often planted in cities because they thrive in polluted air
• they are considered living fossils
Sassafras leaves are a close second. Followed by yellow poplar.
If you're really lucky, I'll explain why in a later post.