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but still i have hope

but still i have hope

If you can look at the sun and smile,
then you still have hope.

If you can find beauty in the colors of
a small flower, then you still have hope.

If you can find pleasure in the movement
of a butterfly, then you still have hope.

If the smile of a child can still warm your heart,
then you still have hope.

If you can see the good in other people,
then you still have hope.

If the rain breaking on a roof top can still
lull you to sleep, then you still have hope.

If the sight of a rainbow still makes you stop and
stare in wonder, then you still have hope.

If the soft fur of a favored pet still feels pleasant
under your fingertips, then you still have hope.

If you meet new people with a trace of excitement
and optimism, then you still have hope.

If you give people the benefit of a doubt,
then you still have hope.

If you still offer your hand in friendship to others
that have touched your life, then you still have hope.

If receiving an unexpected card or letter still brings
a pleasant surprise, then you still have hope.

If the suffering of others still fills you with
pain and frustration, then you still have hope.

If you refuse to let a friendship die, or accept
that it must end, then you still have hope.

If you look forward to a time or place of
quiet and reflection, then you still have hope.

If you still buy the ornaments, put up the
Christmas tree or cook the turkey, then you still have hope.

If you still watch love stories or want the
endings to be happy, then you still have hope.

If you can look to the past and smile,
then you still have hope.

If, when faced with the bad, when told everything is futile,
you can still look up and end the conversation with the
phrase... "yeah....BUT.." then you still have hope.

Hope is such a marvelous thing. It bends, it twists, it
sometimes hides, but rarely does it break. It sustains us
when nothing else can. It gives us reason to continue and
courage to move ahead, when we tell ourselves we'd rather give in.

Hope puts a smile on our face when the heart cannot manage.
Hope puts our feet on the path when our eyes can not see it.
Hope moves us to act when our souls are confused of the direction.

Hope is a wonderful thing, something to be cherished and
nurtured, and something that will refresh us in return. And it
can be found in each of us, and it can bring light into the
darkest of places.

Never Lose Hope

19 Eddie Mae Henderson WHOLE

19 Eddie Mae Henderson WHOLE

Completed: June 6, 2005
Hidden: Look for a wishbone and three butterflies.

* For 20+ years Eddie Mae Henderson cooked Christmas dinner for the less fortunate
* Eddie Mae and more than 25 volunteers serve over 500 dinners each Christmas
* The L.P. community now contributes money and services to help with the dinner

It started with a dream in 1984, when Eddie Mae Henderson decided to offer her own local brand of help to those less fortunate at Christmas. On her own, without the backing of any local organization, Henderson prepared and served her first Christmas Day dinner at Stuart Park in Lake Placid. her belief in God prompted her to act and no one, rich or poor, would be turned away. Thus began an over twenty-year tradition to provide a Christmas dinner to the less fortunate and needy in Lake Placid.

While the menu would vary from year to year there was always turkey, ham, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, collard greens, and an assortment of pies and cakes, However the main ingredient was love.

As the number of guests at Eddie Mae's table grows, she now depends on donations from the community. Many volunteers, often more than twenty-five, come to the Masonic Hall off Main Avenue to serve more than five hundred dinners. Other volunteers deliver meals to the area's shut-ins. Donated toys are distributed to the children. Among those volunteers is a local businessman, Frank Hartzel, (seen in the upper right hand corner of the mural) who for many years has cooked sometimes more than fifteen turkeys each Christmas for Eddie Mae's bountiful feast. Eddie Mae is a member of the New Life Assembly and W.C. Holden , is Pastor.

Eddie Mae is more thankful for what she can give than what she receives.

Pictured from left to right, in the mural are: Elijah Smith, Eddie Mae in her youth, Eddie Mae today, Eugenia Moorehead, Eddie Mae's daughter, a participant, Leroy Sholtz Jr., Eddie Mae in mid-life.

Artist: Charles Peck
Location: Wauchula State Bank - West Wall
Sponsor: Sharing & Caring & Friends

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