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Ethnicity: African American
Age : 38
Birthday: Apr 21, 1979
Sexual Preference: Straight
Relationship Status: Single
Interested In: Women
My Religion: Christian
Hello! Thank you for showing an interest in my ad.
Unfortunately, it was a tragic car accident that brought me to prison; however, I hope to shed some light on this experience by meeting positive people that I can form meaningful relationships with. I'm a firm believer in "there's always some good you can take from a bad situation."
Prior to coming to prison, I was working full-time as a warehouseman while attending college part-time, working toward a nursing degree. Prison hasn't taken away my goals & dreams, it has only delayed them. I make good use of my time by continuing my education through correspondence courses, tutoring, reading books, writing, exercising, and playing sports. Staying busy & productive has helped me to stay optimistic about my future while also avoiding prison drama.
I was born & raised in Portland, Oregon, and have lived here all my life, though I have traveled to several other states. I have close family ties with my parents, 2 older sisters, and a twin brother. I'm kind, sincere, genuine, honest, strong, trustworthy, compassionate, intellectual, and can be classified as an all-around "down-to-earth" guy with an outgoing personality.
I'm interested in meeting people who are positive and enjoy writing & sharing ideas & thoughts. I like meeting new people & learning new things because I believe life is too short to limit yourself in those areas. Being incarcerated has given me a new found appreciation for all the 'small' things in life, which I now value more than anything I've ever owned. Meeting genuine people is definitely one of those priceless things. That being said, I hope to hear from you soon!
I’ve also written and published my memoir entitled: "Palpable Irony: Losing My Freedom To Find My Purpose".