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Be happy with what you have

Dear Editor:

This is just a reminder to everybody. I just wanted to say that people should be happy with all they have. I walk around shops and I see people wanting to get a piece of junk, or I see people asking to get something weird.

I see people not liking their food. Soldiers would gobble that up. Even the poor. I even need to work a lot on this too! I’m not kidding! I’m 10 years old and I am saying this to you all! This is just a reminder for you to think about yourself and be happy with your life.

Grace Ferguson

Snowmass Village

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