By Richard Russell
I’ve been waiting 91 years for this day. And frankly, I never was convinced that I’d see it. Today is my 91st birthday. The nice part is that I made it this long, and the sad part is that I’ve outlived most of my friends.
I believe that I’ve made the trip to earth hundreds of times before, but I’m not sure what I did on those earlier trips. I have a strong feeling that I was a farmer, and in this life my son, Ryan, was fated to take over. Ryan is a genius at farming. On his 30 acre farm in Northern California he has a self-sustaining masterpiece that may serve as an inspiring example of how humans can survive in the age of the great drought.
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