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Generation 1, log 1. 3 years -- 1st generation -- Mametchi

It's asleep. Today wasn't that good. It beeped at me the most times out of any day. Maybe it was Josh? I dunno.

Mametchi has met a lot of people at the park. Maybe it's missing one of them as much as I miss my friends. I hate summer.

Okay so this isn't that good of a start to a log but I'm tired. Maybe tomorrow will be better ūüėõ

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mk so guess who wont be continuing her log
just let this die this is embarrassing lol

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