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Tim Calcara

A virus worse than Corona

Here’s today’s medical trivia question. What infamous virus has historically been far worse than any sickness known to man but seems to be taken far less seriously by many people than it should be now more than ever? Answer: The “Every man, woman and child death pandemic.” Never heard of it? Maybe your

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Rockin’

Staying involved in the lives of our six grown kids and the lives of their kids is our chief pastime when we’re not working. Ask any grandparent. There’s nothing better. Did someone say “free babysitting?” But if we’re not hanging with kids or grand kids, I have found a fun hobby that still keeps me

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Ain’t nothin’ like the real thing

I like hanging out with people who are the real thing. Permit me to explain. I’ve never been there but I’ve been told that the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo in the middle ages is something to behold. I’ve seen numerous pictures of it and from what I can see, it looks spectacular but those who

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Let there be light

Did you know that “light” is mentioned 272 times in the Blble? And if you dig a little bit to learn how it’s used, you will quickly realize how important this word is to understanding God and his character.  Light was actually the first thing God created.” – Genesis 1:3. In the first chapter of John’s…

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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!

No I’m not superstitious.  However, I recently declared to my family that my “lucky wig” was instrumental in helping our Chiefs make it to the Superbowl. My grand kids picked up on it and now I really need to explain to these little minds that the idea of wishing someone luck itself has no real power, except maybe

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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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