December 31.2013 – The Time Of Your Life by Linda Ellis

Hear today’s Warm and Fuzzy here! Time of Your Life Do you reflect upon the years gone by as you prepare for yet one more, with promises and resolutions that you have made before? Do memories of people and places once as sharp as any knife now blend in bits and pieces in a kaleidoscope…

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December 30.2013 – If We Can Make It Through December, A Look Back

Have you ever had – one of those years? I have had a couple now and I will be the first to admit, I am kind of over it. I could start with 2007 when my mom, a non-smoker, was diagnosed with lung cancer. I had already lost my Dad to lung cancer in 1994…

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December 27.2013 – Mama And God Are Throwing Pennies From Heaven – By Robynn S. Jaymes

I’ve kept this story in my heart until a few days ago. I was talking to a woman who was going through a similar loss and I felt compelled to share it with her. She said she was so thankful that I did. The night my mother slipped away from this world, through my grief…

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December 26.2013 – Fall By Joyce Alcantara

Fall © Joyce Alcantara You may see me struggle but you won’t see me fall. Regardless if I’m weak or not I’m going to stand tall. Everyone says life is easy but truly living it is not. times get hard, people struggle and constantly get put on the spot. I’m going to wear the biggest…

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December 24.2013 – Twas The Soldier’s Night Before Christmas – By James M. Schmidt,

Twas the night before Christmas, he lived all alone, In a one bedroom house made of plaster & stone. I had come down the chimney with presents to give And to see just who in this home did live. I looked all about a strange sight I did see, No tinsel, no presents, not even…

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December 20.2013 – A Bigger Frying Pan – by: Bill Greer

Hear today’s Warm and Fuzz here! * When I was still quite ill and off work recovering from not just the severe pancreatitis, but from the additional complications that were found or resulted during the process, I found an angel in waiting. I had an appointment with a Doctor I hadn’t met yet, I had…

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December 18.2013 – Two Boxes – Author Unknown

Hear today’s warm and fuzzy here! I have in my hand two boxes, which God gave me to hold. He said, “Put all your sorrows in the black, and all your joys in the gold.” I heeded His words, and in the two boxes both my joys and sorrows were stored. But though the gold…

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December 17.2013 – Acres Of Diamonds – By Earl Nightingale

Acres of Diamonds One of the most interesting Americans who lived in the 19th century was a man by the name of Russell Herman Conwell. He was born in 1843 and lived until 1925. He was a lawyer for about fifteen years until he became a clergyman. One day, a young man went to him…

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December 16.2013 – The Story Behind Luke Bryan’s “Drink A Beer”

Hear the story behind here! Luke Bryan recorded this mournful eulogy for two relatives who died too young, with the help of Chris Stapleton (who co-wrote the tune with Jim Beavers) on harmony vocals. “Having Chris Stapleton sing background on it, that’s like heaven. Luke described this as the coolest sad song that he’s ever…

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December 16.2013 – “I Can” is Courageous” by Larry Crane

Hear the audio for today’s Warm and Fuzzy here! **Today I read an excerpt from the article, “I Can” is Courageous” by Larry Crane. Below, is the article in it’s entirety. I hope you find it as inspiring and encouraging as I do! Here’s to “I can!” ~rj What would you like to have? What…

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