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Dear Future Amelia,

I hope you have become someone you’re proud of, regarding both your character and the footprint you have left on this world so far. If you are not proud, and even if you are, be smart with your choices, and think of those other than yourself. Think of your children, their children, and everyone else. It’s not just you around here, you know. Do good.

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