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Dear Shannan,

You are now 50 years old, I know how weird! Okay I hope by now you have figured out a healthier, more efficient way to live. I hope you are now super cautious about where your food’s coming from ETC. I hope you’re raising your family (you better have one) with these ways. No OREOS okay, the palm oil is so bad. Maybe if they got this from a better resource that would be much better. If the temperature has increased I’m honestly not surprised (I hope not tho). Keep spreading your thoughts and words about this topic because we love the future and the animals and we don’t want them hurting. I LOOOVE YOU XOXOXO.

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