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messages of hope in a little red box

Hope, the most sustaining of all human emotions, is often found in the most unlikely of places. This wonderfully crafted article by Michelle Wagner, writing for Coast Magazine, tells the story of Sue Goodrich and her red mailbox of hope.

Sue Goodrich and her Red Mailbox of Hope. Photo, Coast Magazine.

Sue Goodrich and her Red Mailbox of Hope. Photo, Coast Magazine.

“As you climb the wooden steps of the Glenmere public beach access in Kill Devil Hills, something will catch your eye before you even see the ocean. And it will likely make you drop everything – including your beach chairs – and spend a few minutes contemplating something we all need in our lives.

A little hope.

And there is no better place to ponder that than by the sea.

Set on a piling to the left of the gazebo is a rustic, weathered red mailbox and on its door is a message…Leave a Note of Hope.”

 

To learn more about Sue’s Little Red Mailbox and it’s message of hope, click here.

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