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About daughtrytim

Passionate about words, the right words.

Ian’s Travels

Those silver shoes, Not for speed, Just dancin’ And dancin’s what he did, Not for speed, Just dancin’ From LA to Miami, His silver shoes told a story, A story about a life A life as poetic as his shoes, … Continue reading

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Biographies

I love biographies. Learning about the new Sally Field, the one I bet none of you knew, right now with her captivating book, In Pieces. Before that George Michael, Gregg Allman, Pistol Pete Maravich, Katherine Hepburn, Liz Hurley, Dorothy Hamill, … Continue reading

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Just Talking to God

Ever get to the point that you just talk to God instead of reading all there is to read about Him/Her? I’m at that point now.

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Snowy Saturday

So we have an inch of snow coming. But it’s also gonna be accompanied by some ice.  And ice should only appear in glasses not on street surfaces.  Cars were never meant to be driven on skating rings. Even the … Continue reading

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It Hurts to Tie My Shoes

By Tim Daughtry December 14, 2015 Epilogue Yes, the epilogue usually comes at the end. But for the purpose of maintaining a sense of urgency, I’m going to start at the end. I can do that because I think I … Continue reading

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My Credentials, My Experiences, My Legitimacy

TIM DAUGHTRY 17 Paloma Heights #204 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 • (719) 505-4097 • cheyennepeyton1@outlook.com MARKETING DIRECTOR Business Development Marketing/Management Executive/Communications Consultant Over 15 years experience driving strategic growth and business visibility for leading profit and nonprofit healthcare organizations. Highly … Continue reading

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The Improbability of Love

Love is an interesting concept. I swear it only comes your way about three to five times in a lifetime. It comes your way a lot when you think you’re in love with someone and then mistakenly assume that of … Continue reading

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