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Dear 2050,

I hope the year is going better than this year – 2020.
Are there any major changes that have occurred since 2020 that have made a huge impact to the society?
Is our world a plastic free zone yet?
Have we discovered any new species?
To Future Milly Riesenweber, do you have a family? What’s your job? please say i’m the worlds best cake decorator, that would be amazing.
Thank you and have a nice day 🙂

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