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Dear Sophie,

I never imagined myself living to see such a beautiful world go through so much chaos, but I would hope things are different now. In 2017, you were just a one-year-old with two little teeth and the biggest brown eyes I have ever seen. But, the world was dealing with turmoil while you were just beginning to blossom. The temperatures were high, the winds were roaring, hurricanes destroyed lives, and humanity was lost after Donald Trump was elected President. However, your loving aunt has devoted her career to help make a change in the way the world sees renewable energy to ensure a safer, more colorful, and vibrant world for you to live in and experience. I hope you read this and know that I made an impact so that you can go on and do bigger and better things for the future.

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