still in my 40s a child of divorce and I have a hard time dealing with genuine emotions.
Accordingly . . .
There are a ton of inspiring Kansas City Chiefs news links out there that deserve a look and not our snark.
We've gathered more than a few of them for the enjoyment of readers
on the toilet during moments of reflection . . . Check this quick TKC collection . . .
JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- While thousands and thousands of Chiefs fans were exiting Arrowhead stadium after the big comeback victory on Sunday, Gondoe Mulbah couldn't leave without sending a special message for Chiefs number 87's mom, Donna Kelce. "I just said, 'Hey Momma Kelce, we just want to thank you for having Travis!'
by: Jared Bush Posted: / Updated: BUFFALO N.Y. - Kansas City Chiefs fans' generosity following their historic divisional-round win over the Buffalo Bills has paid off. Oishei Children's Hospital tweeted that it raised $178,000 for the Patricia Allen Fund, named after Josh Allen's grandmother, who died in November 2020, just before a game Allen played in.
Read: Heartbroken Bills fan pens tribute to 'newfound family' of Chiefs fans who comforted him after loss
Sunday was a sad one for the Bills Mafia and their supporters-Bills fans tend to be friendly and fun, and are a second team to many fans in Great Lakes states-but Char Les says that he was saved from the depths of depression by warm-hearted Chiefs fans.
WICHITA, KS (KCTV) -- Watching the AFC Championship game from GEHA Field at Arrowhead would be a dream for any fan. But this year, Jason Madhu is content to stay home. Madhu has been staying close to his friends and family since the passing of his mother, Amber Patel.
by: Heidi Schmidt Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Singer-songwriter Melissa Etheridge may have a new hit song on her hands. And she has Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid to thank. Etheridge debuted the song, "Chocolate Cake" Wednesday on NFL Network's show "Good Morning Football."
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City is buzzing this week, and just about everywhere you go, you can see and feel the excitement about the Kansas City Chiefs. While Chiefs Kingdom is headquartered in Kansas City, the love for the Chiefs runs deep all around the world.
Chiefs fans are quick to show their support for their home team's big victory. For some, Rally House in Independence, Missouri was their first stop."Of course. Got to have some new Chiefs gear," Chiefs fan Sharon Amato said. It's just one more way to keep the celebration going, in the lead up to another AFC Championship.
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