When I’m 72

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June 25, 2013 by WITS Editor

Grandma. The Matriarch.

Grandma. The Matriarch. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When I’m 72 years old, there will be medicines that make you feel young, and I’ll be working on new inventions that cure all diseases. I’ll be living in Illinois where my grandmother lives.  It’s usually cold up there, but I’ll have invented a pill you can take that will make you warm.  I’ll be married and have 3 children and a pet that doesn’t need food or water.  I’ll have gone to school for a long time and know lots about math and science.  I’ll use it to help people come back to life.  There will be no retirement homes because everyone will be well and never need to retire.

By Lily


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