The DNS settings may have been altered or damaged. Have GoDaddy verify the resolution and forwarding records on their DNS name servers. The record containing the resolution is probably corrupt. That's my best guess. You haven't added an MS Exchange server recently and repointed the MX records, have you?
It also could be the records at WebHost4Life. They may have jacked up something on their end. Especially since they seem to be doing resolution from GoDaddy, them resolving on their end to pipe it to the world. Whatever the case, you can be sure one of them cocked it up good.
Domain Name: EDDYFLOWER.COM
Registrar: GODADDY.COM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
Referral URL: Domain Names, Web Hosting and SSL Certificates - Go Daddy
Name Server: NS03.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Name Server: NS04.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
Updated Date: 17-may-2008
Creation Date: 17-may-2005
Expiration Date: 17-may-2013