This Sunday it’s a look back, which appears to be the trend this time of year. It’s the Top Ten stories in the Sunday Series, which is easy to do because since it launched back in October there have only been ten!
This blog also serves as a convenient way to search the 2013 Sunday Series all in one place. But before I list the links, let me express sincere gratitude to those who have allowed me to share their story, it is an honor, one which transforms me as much as I hope it does you and those who take the time to read.
When you speak from the heart, everyone who has one will buy in. Thank you for opening your heart to mine and inspiring us all.
In order now from #1 – #10:
The Sunday Series Begins: The incredible courage of the Scher Family as they deal with one of life’s greatest challenges.
The Sunday Series #2: The dedication and determination of Traci Kodeck in her fight to become a mom.
The Sunday Series #3: Jodi Hume, doing what she was born to do, help others build bigger lives.
The Sunday Series #4: A personal reflection on the 4-year anniversary of the passing of Jerry Gross, a man who touched so many lives, including my own.
The Sunday Series #5: Flowers for Powers. Young ladies with a big idea to bring smiles to those who need them the most.
The Sunday Series #6: Keep Punching. The inspiration of the Fisher family as they handle the loss of a true fighter, husband and father.
The Sunday Series #7: The incredible inspiration which comes from giving back, The McFarland Family and Touching Lives with Comfort.
The Sunday Series #8: Living her calling, Sandy Pagnotti and her house of children, the House that love built.
The Sunday Series #9: Talking Good. Passion, purpose and “public recognition” from Rich Polt.
The Sunday Series #10: A heart and determination bigger than most of us could ever comprehend, Elizabeth Gardner.
Once again let me offer my appreciation to those who have put their trust in my ability to tell their stories and the incredible feedback from those who read and those reaching out to me to share the stories of others, or of themselves.
Thank you for creating community, enriching my life and helping us all to become more.
I wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.
Until next time, thanks for taking the time.
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Mark Brodinsky, Author
It Takes 2. Surviving Breast Cancer: A Spouse’s Story
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