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Dear future yng,

We have not been great as a society to this beautiful world. Not only mine but all before us. We were just the first to really realize it. Everyone is freaking out and trying to start being more eco-friendly. I just hope it’s not too late and we are able to make a big enough change. I hope that my one day kids and maybe even one-day grandkids get to experience snow. Not even just snow, snow everywhere as it was for me.

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