Help us balance out the world of Fuzz with stories of hope and inspiration. Nevermind what’s wrong with the world -we want to know what’s right? We’re looking for stories about people who have overcome. Because even we know that bad things happen to good people and not everyone accused is guilty. We also know that people change. We salute those who have made mistakes and learned from them.
Join the celebration by sharing a story. Write to: firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what’s right with the world? Include name and phone number. Submissions should be limited to 350 words.
WHAT’S RIGHT?: LIBERTY CROUCH finds freedom in forgiveness
By: Kim Gardner At age 36, Liberty Crouch feels like she’s already lived several lives. She’s come out of a past marked with sexual abuse, drugs, domestic violence and constant disappointment from people she loved. She was ready to die in December 2012 when her life turned around. Crouch recalls living in a sparsely-furnished apartment […]
WHAT’S RIGHT?: ANGELA RUPE THERE’S NO ROAD TOO DARK FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE A NEW WAY
For the first time in her life, Angela Rupe lives a normal life. She has an honest job at the Waynesville Huddle House, goes home every night to her husband and 17-year-old daughter and enjoys regular visits with her two sons. But not that long ago, Rupe’s life was heading down a very different path- […]
WHAT’S RIGHT?: Chris Smith Has A New Lease On Life
By Kim Gardner When you first meet Christopher Smith, there is little to indicate the troubled path he’s been down. He’s polite, born and raised in Haywood County, and is an entrepreneur. But the 30-year-old has knocked on death’s door and lived to tell about it. Now, he’s putting his past troubles to use and […]