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dear Kelley,

How are you? How is the weather so far in the future? I hope its not worse than what it is now. Everyone is worried about the earth getting hotter and how we as people are effecting climate change. And honestly so am I.

I’m not entirely sure what just one person can do about a problem that involves the entire world population, but I am determined to try at least something. I can promise you that I will do my best to minimize my trash production, and reuse things that can be reused instead of just throwing them away, but as for the rest of the world, I can make no promises as far as what they will do. But from here on out I want you to have a good future, one where you don’t have to worry about an early “end of the world” situation. Because I want you to live a very happy and healthy long life.


Best wishes



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