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Dear Future Kids Like Me,

I don’t know what kind of world you’re living in. Hopefully it’s similar to mine. Hopefully you love your parents, have fun with your friends, and learn at school. As you grow up, don’t forget to appreciate the world. Even I, am guilty in dreading camping trips when there’s no service or wanting to stay inside to watch TV instead of going outside. But even with phones and computers, you can’t forget about the world. You need to explore. You need to see how amazing the world is. It will give you more than your phone could. So when your parents want to go camping, go. Phones can break, memories can’t.

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