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To my grandson,

I hope this letter finds you coming home to a livable and affordable space, that you have a tree shading you and that you have dinner ready to be picked from your own sustainable garden plot.  I hope that I have left you with the education that will help you make good choices for you, your community and as a citizen of Earth.  I know that you’ve had to be stronger and more creative than your parents and your grandpa and I did.  I wish there were more things that my generation could have done for you but hopefully you will be able to do better for yours.  We love you and know that we at least left you some tools to help.

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