District Court judge in Oxford, tells heart-warming
and witty tales about the interesting people he knew while growing up and practicing law and politics near the Tombigbee River in Northeast Mississippi.
An audience favorite was Maslow's The Village I Knew (1950), a series of heart-warming
vignettes of life in a Russian shtetl whose final exodus, although sad, was more attuned to hope than despair.
by writer, mediator and conflict consultant David Evans is a gentle, inspirational book about the author's heart-warming
relationship with a beloved cat, Mehitabel.
The Frog Princess carries young readers through the impressively pictured story of the young maiden's interest in the Frog People and her heart-warming
struggle to discover where her true home is, as well as dealing with the greatest life-changing decision she's ever faced.
Almost everyone called me brave, which is heart-warming
but surprising, since bravery was the very last thing on my mind.
But what's fun about telling many different stories is that I get to tell them in many different ways, some heart-warming
and some utterly, inescapably terrifying.
While the loss of life and the level of destruction are heart wrenching, the out-pouring of support from countries around the world and from AvalonBay associates has been heart-warming
Crye has written a heart-warming
tale of true friendship.
In Tales from the Times, staff members of The New York Times recount humorous, heart-warming
, outrageous, and down-to-earth tales garnered from their years of writing for the newspaper.
Aaliyah's fight for survival caught the imagination of the public and every milestone in her short life has been a cause for celebration Seeing her as a gurgling, happy, one-year-old is a heart-warming
sight that will touch the hearts of people everywhere.
WHAT a heart-warming
story about the two ladies who wentknickerless in New York