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Dear Future Self,

I am writing this letter in hopes that when you read it, you can remember the person you were, you look back and smile, because every decision you made until now has made who you are, so be proud…

Tell me how are mom and dad, call them if you are lucky enough to have them around, how are your beloved sisters, is Ely still changing the world around her, is your beloved Grace still been unique and extraordinary.

I ask you if you continue thinking about climate change, take time and look around you, are you able to see nature? Are people aware of the crisis that is climate change? Are we doing something about it? Have you have done your part?  Remember that even a little action can make a big impact. I hope that you are still able to see the beauty of this planet, if you do, please make others be conscious about this issue. 

I hope you are happy and I hope you are proud of who you are and how I got us here today, please take time to go outside and enjoy the sun, listen to the birds and enjoy nature. Make sure that you stay positive about the future and take action on the climate change issue.  

I love you, always take care of yourself.

GF

 

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