This Mother’s Day I am again thinking of my grandsons future and what I am doing to change the world if only by a small fraction.

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Dear Nolan, Patrick, Cullen and Gabriel,

This Mother’s Day I am again thinking of my grandsons future and what I am doing to change the world if only by a small fraction. We have changed out all our lights to be energy saving. We are checking to make sure we have no dripping water. Not adding to landfills by just getting rid of things. We are doing this by checking with others to see if our discarded items can be of use to them, making it known that items are free for the taking.

This is small but I want Nolan, Patrick, Cullen and Gabriel to know we can help change our world and make it better for them.

Also I must add I would not have even begun to start thinking of a better tomorrow if I did not have Gabriel’s mother, Jill Kubit, in our life. Happy Mother’s Day Jill. Thank you for a better tomorrow for all grandchildren.

Love,

Lala

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