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Dear grandkids,

This year we created more homemade gifts and try to encourage your creativity and resourcefulness. That is a quality that all of us need to encourage and practice because with so many of us on this planet, we know that we cannot sustain our present level of fossil fuel use.

We can learn new ways; let’s practice together!

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