Journal entry 12-6-08 at 9PM: Today was a productive day. I woke up to breakfast in bed. 5AM. Too early to eat. So I put the oatmeal in a cup. I wrap the toast in toilet paper. I put the potatoes & eggs in a plastic bag. I hide it all at the foot of … Continue reading Day 11 In The Hole
I want to provide GREAT content for you. So please, use the comment sections to tell me what you like about this blog. Also, tell me what you DON”T like about this blog too. I’d love more feedback. If you have any topics you want me to cover, please let me know. If you have … Continue reading How Can I Make This Blog Better?
Journal entry 12-5-08 at 8PM: Where there’s a will there’s a way. I’m a very strong believer in that. My goal is to find a way to get released in June of 2025. I’d be 51 years and 11 months old. The only way to achieve this is to stay out of trouble and earn … Continue reading Day 9 In The Hole
The mind must be attended to. The choices are simple, you can intelligently cultivate your mind. Or you can neglect it and allow it to run wild. Your overall circumstances in life will clearly show whether you cultivate or neglect. Through my own actions it has been proven to me, with great accuracy, that my … Continue reading The Hole
Hello my dear readers. My upcoming posts will share entries from a journal I kept while serving 7 months in segregation (aka: the hole). During this time I did a lot of soul searching & self-analysis. I was willing to dig deep. I was seeking to find every truth connected with myself. Along with these … Continue reading Announcing My First Blog Series
I am literally what I think. My character is the complete sum of all my thoughts. For years I thought I was a bad ass. I thought fighting was a way to impress people. These thoughts were severely flawed. Therefore, my character severely flawed. All of my violent actions were a direct result of my … Continue reading My Thoughts Create My Character
Riots, violence, hustling, tattooing, shooting heroin, smoking weed, making pruno, revenge, love, family, redemption...this book has it all. Eighteen years into a 43 year sentence, Steven Jennings takes you inside this hidden society and truly exposes the realities of prison life. The images within the pages of Stone City are straight from the … Continue reading Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary