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Taking aim

A famous basketball player was once quoted as saying, “you miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.” Well…Yeah! Duh! The point was obviously that an important part of scoring is about taking a lot of swings rather than not taking any. But there is another part of the equation. You have to have a goal…

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Go Chiefs!

I’m not superstitious. Yet I bought this Patrick Mahomes wig to wear for the playoffs and so far wearing it has worked out quite well. The Chiefs are going to the Superbowl. Woo Hoo! Every Chiefs fan I know is insisting that I wear this thing on Superbowl Sunday! Why not? Go Chiefs!  …

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An acquired taste

Why is it that some food that’s really good for you is an acquired taste and junk foods are so easy to like? I don’t know too many young kids who say, “Hey mom, pile on those vegetables.  I can’t get enough of them. Naw, I don’t want another piece of candy; another bowl of ice cream. I’m cravin’…

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2020 – a year of “vision”

No doubt, the one liners about 2020 being a year of vision or some similar quip have met your purview by now. Quips aside, just the fact that it’s 2020 is amazing to me.  Just yesterday it seems, I was buying this fireplace insert to keep the family from freezing should the dawn of a new millenium trigger a failed power grid. Now…

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Entertaining Angels

Making memories. There’s nothing like it. And the older I get, the more important that becomes. Ask me what I want for Christmas, and I will struggle to tell you even one thing – unless that one thing is a memory. I guess that’s why we often say, “the best things in life are free.” There’s just

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Keep it fresh

I remember when World’s of Fun amusement park first opened in Kansas City almost 60 years ago. The first day they opened, they had five – count ’em F-I-V-E – roller coasters. The anticipation of trying each one for the very first time was exhilarating. Riding on all five for the first time was scintillating.

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The bell tolls for thee

Need a simple teaching moment this Christmas? Take the kids or grand kids out shopping and when you hear the bell, make a donation to the Salvation Army and tell them the story of how the Army began. Or if you want to make a bigger impression on those little ones, why not sign up for a two hour shift and ring the bell this year with family members?

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Little Blue and you

We said goodbye to Little Blue last week. We traded in Grandma’s little Toyota after nearly 200,000 faithful miles of trouble free service. It was bittersweet to say the least. We actually thought about keeping her a little longer because she still runs like a top but the timing seemed right to get something with fewer miles…

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Guilty as charged

We might as well face the truth. Guilty as charged, not one of us is going to pass through judgment before God without a full repayment of the debt we owe. I was reminded of this fact the other day when I received a traffic citation for speeding. Cruising through a school zone at 45 mph is a recipe to get pulled over and I did. I don’t…

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A tooth for a tooth

So I am getting a new tooth. A dental implant actually, to replace a tooth that broke off a few months ago. My dentist just inserted an implant that will hold the tooth in place. When my new tooth is ready, he’ll screw the artificial tooth in and supposedly, I won’t even know the difference. Whad’ya think? Cool, huh?…

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