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Dear future self,

Hello dev,

I hope you are still doing okay out into whatever year you get this letter. Right now we are in our first year of college, we are still with Dom and we are a little unsure about the future. But that is not important right now, I just promise I will help so the world you know is better. The climate is changing and life is getting scary but I will make a promise to try to help out when I can. I am a bit lazy right now and slow to make huge changes in my life but I promise once I get a better mental state, I will work so hard for you. Not only will I work hard for your future, more importantly for the kids I plan to have. I hope when you get this you are raising beautiful children with Dom. I want a better world for them more than anything. I promise to live sustainably  and take care of myself and the planet to the best of my ability.

love,

Devin from 2019

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