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Dearest Loved Grandchildren and Great Ones to Come,

Although some of you we may never meet in person, ‘Granny’ here is advocating loud and strong to make sure your Mother Earth planet is in top shape like it was better in my own days Granny so loved to wander. Wanting ya’ll to be able to walk through the lovely woods and enjoy the beauty of nature, to listen to all of nature’s sweet sounds of its inhabitants of birds, deer, and little critters frolicking in the clean criks, to be breathing in clean fresh sweet air without coughing and knowing it is being done for YOU and you and you! Enjoy my sweets and continue this legacy before you now with joy, gladness and passionate resolve to keep up your own advocacy and pass it onto those who come after you with all the love given you to from your Loving memory of Granny to all of ya’ll!
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