More Messages to the Future
My darling girls,
I can be brave enough to wake up.
Future Self & Ka’iulani,
We promise to reduce the amount of carbon we use on a daily basis.
Dear Granddaughter Rosalia,
This is my heritage for you my beautiful cacheticos de melon.
I promise I will do whatever I can to protect and preserve mother Earth for future generations.
Today, I promise to keep my spaces clean and my environment cleaner.
To my daughter,
The climate is quite dynamic these days. Dhaka has dust and warm in this spring.
My Mini & Lou,
Since I first sat down with these words, a pandemic has erupted. Racial violence is reaching a fever pitch and protests are raging across the nation. It feels like the planet is succumbing to entropy, slipping further into chaos. But I write to you from a time of shifting tides.
Dear Zhengqing Gao,
Fortunately, you didn’t get injured while the wildfire burned your school.
We had a lot in common obviously, and our concern for the planet we live on was one of the many things we bonded over.
I promise when I start my baking franchise, I will reduce pollution made by it as much as physically possible.
I believe this fusion of ecology and economy backed by the digital technology is our great achievement.
To older Rochelle,
You should’ve reduced your carbon footprint, should be using some source of renewable energy and be a vegetarian by now.