Blog 6-24-17

  • I’ve been in prison for more than a decade, but I am beginning to “see the light at the end of the tunnel.”  The end of this year will mark two years left in my sentence.  Two years until I get to go home, rebuild my life, and make something of it.  That may seem like a long time for some, but to me it will go by in the blink of an eye.  That gives me time to figure out what I want to do and where I’ll go.  Prison changes some people for the worse, but it made me better.  It gave me a pause, albeit a long one, to step back and analyze the negative decisions I was making, and to ensure I don’t fall into that way of thinking again.  This was a horrible experience I never want to repeat.  One thing I need to work on is re-socializing myself with people in the “real world.” I would love to meet people that I can transfer my friendship from one of letters and emails in prison to getting to know you in person after my release.  I use for my emails, so look me up with my DOC# 896190.  I would love to meet you!