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Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us; instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons. This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it, and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat; they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants. 
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community 
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard. You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes. After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us. I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!! And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us;
instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons.
This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it,
and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat;
they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things
a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants.
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard.
You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes.
 After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us.
I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry
all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!!
And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Evie's Speech

Evie's Graduation Speech

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us;
instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons.
This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it,
and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat;
they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things
a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants.
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard.
You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes.
 After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us.
I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry
all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!!
And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us;
instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons.
This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it,
and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat;
they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things
a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants.
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard.
You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes.
 After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us.
I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry
all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!!
And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us;
instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons.
This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it,
and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat;
they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things
a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants.
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard.
You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes.
 After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us.
I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry
all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!!
And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us; instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons. This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it, and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat; they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants. 
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community 
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard. You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes. After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us. I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!! And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

Jeremiah chapter 29, verse 11 says “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." 
Sometimes it is hard to accept help, but the Lord will not fail us; instead he will bring us prosperity and hope. 

When I was little my Grandpa Jim called me Buttons. This year my Grandma Georgia made me a quilt with buttons on it, and it reminds me that we’re all buttoned together in this life. 

People are like buttons, your family members are like the buttons on your coat; they keep you warm, and close but they can also get things a little too heated sometimes. 

Friends are like the buttons on your pants. 
Comfortable, and hopefully keep you from embarrassing yourself. 

And your community 
is like the jar of buttons that my Grandma Jeri keeps in her cupboard. You know they are always there if you need them. 

My Grandpa Ron always told me to keep wiggling those toes. After spending two weeks in the ICU it taught me how to trust in those around us. I also learned how hard it can be to wiggle those toes alone sometimes. 

So, Class of 2018, say thanks to the friends, family, teachers and staff. We did make it and should carry all their hope and strength with us. Once again, congratulations and thank everyone for the support!! And remember, keep wiggling those toes!

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