December 13.2013 – The Story Behind The Song “That Girl” by Jennifer Nettles

Watch the official video here!Jennifer Nettles That Girl Jennifer Nettles tells this about the song, “That Girl”, “I wrote that with Butch Walker, he brought the idea over,” Nettles said of “That Girl” during an interview with Radio.com late last week in New York. The basic idea of the song, she continued, is of a…

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December 12.2013 – The Story Behind The Song “If Heaven” by Andy Griggs

Watch the official video here! Andy Griggs If Heaven This was written by Gretchen Peters, who was brought up in an area next to the thriving metropolis of Manhattan. It was her childhood sanctuary, safe, simple, and, she says, a good place to grow up. So when she was writing songs for her album Halcyon,…

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December 12.2013 – Just Ask For It! By Steve Goodier

Hear today’s warm and fuzzy here! A snooty millionaire took some of his upper class friends yachting. They passed a deserted island where a man with a long beard and tattered clothes stood, waving his arms and screaming in their direction. “Who is that?” asked the friend. “I don’t know,” said the host, “but every…

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December 11.2013 – Story Behind The Song “I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow” by the Soggy Bottom Boys

See the video here! Soggy Bottom Boys Man Of Constant Sorrow The song is a real life reflection of a bluegrass musician from Kentucky of the early 20th century. He was miner and logger who was robbed, shot and ended up blind. His only means of income was his music. Kentucky bluegrass fiddler, Richard Dick…

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December 11.2013 – Testing For Gossip – Author Unknown

Testing for gossip In ancient Greece, Socrates was reputed to hold knowledge in high esteem. One day an acquaintance met the great philosopher and said, “Do you know what I just heard about your friend?” “Hold on a minute”, Socrates replied. “Before telling me anything I’d like you to pass a little test. It’s called…

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December 10.2013 – Tape This To Your Bathroom Mirror

Hear today’s Warm and Fuzzy here! There are at least two people in this world that you would die for. At least 15 people in this world love you in some way. The only reason anyone would ever hate you is because they want to be just like you. A smile from you can bring…

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December 9.2013 – The Story Behind I”ll Be Home For Christmas

See the official video of Rascal Flatt’s version here1 Rascal Flatts I’ll Be Home For Christmas I’ll Be Home For Christmas was originally recorded by Bing Crosby in 1943, and it quickly became one of America’s most popular holiday songs. The song is written from the perspective of a soldier serving over seas during World…

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December 9.2013 – Your Influence On The Universe by Jonathan Safran Foer

Hear the Warm and Fuzzy here! I read the first chapter of “A Brief History Of Time” when Dad was still alive, and I got incredibly heavy boots about how relatively insignificant life is, and how, compared to the universe and compared to time, it didn’t even matter if I existed at all. When Dad…

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December 6.2013 – Do You Love Cookies? By Dr. Joey Faucette

Hear your inspiration of the day right here! Finally, somebody created a theme for a month that I can truly celebrate. This month is National Cookie Month. What’s not to love about cookies? I mean they come in all sizes from mini’s to humongous, birthday cake sized cookies. There are all sorts of flavors—oatmeal raisin…

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December 5.2013 – The Value of a Smile by Francie Baltazar-Schwartz

Listen to today’s warm and fuzzy here! The Value of a Smile by Francie Baltazar-Schwartz “The value of a smile is priceless, yet it is the cheapest, easiest, most rewarding and most sincere gift to anyone that crosses your path. A smile makes a person’s day, anybody’s day even a stranger’s day. A smile is…

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