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Dear Me,

Right now I am scared since we have 11 years to do something before a catastrophic end, which doesn’t sound too nice. I’m hoping it’s fixed by then. I’m trying to eat less meat and reuse a lot more of my items. Hopefully, we haven’t died yet by then.

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