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I am a 8th grader and hunting lots and fishing lots having fun and my birthday is tomorrow!

Hi son or daughter I am your dad graham and I really think you should know that I love you.

I hope that I have two kids and good job deer farm and enjoying my life.

I will always think of others and they think of me and stay positive and happy.

Climate changes is bad because it doesn’t just affect people but environment and places around the world.

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