So much of my relationship with my wife is through letters and phone calls. The upcoming Significant Woman's Event gives me the opportunity to be with my wife in person. It allows us the experience of what it would be like to eat in a resturant together. To dance with eachother. To play games … Continue reading What The Significant Woman’s Event Means To Me
Just how bad is it? It's as bad or as good as I make it. The lying... it's super bad. It's constant. It's almost an everyday thing. I pretty much know when my celly is lying. And even when he's not lying, I question him. I don't question him out loud, I keep it to myself … Continue reading Living With A Compulsive Liar…Is It Bad Or Good?
It's easy to identify those who will re-offend and come back to prison vs. those who will get out and be successful. So why not implement programs that REALLY focus on the 66% who will re-offend? In order to identify those who will re-offend vs. those who will stay out, I have randomly … Continue reading Those Who Will Re-offend vs. Those Who Will Stay Out
This made me sooo happy to see my wife’s efforts. She took a big step out of her comfort zone for me. She has the sweetest heart ever. Please help us succeed by sharing on social media. Thank you!
For those who don't know, IMU stands for "Intensive Management Unit". It's basically long term segregation. Some guys spend years, even decades in IMU. So the question is, "How could a filthy, dirt bag, scum-of-the-earth inmate get a jelly-filled powered donut while in IMU?" Impossible! Right? Well the answer is actually easier than … Continue reading How To Get A Jelly-Filled Powdered Donut In IMU
For years I engaged in misconduct. As a matter of fact, I pretty much wrote a book on it. It's called, "Stone City: Life In The Penitentiary." Today I reflect back to those sad days (and beyond) and I ask myself, "What could've reached me? What would've it taken for me to change … Continue reading How To Engage Those Who Continue With Misconduct
I got a new dog named, Rolo. He's a 1 year old, 17 pound, young, energetic, highly intelligent, Jack Russell Rat Terrier. He has zero name recognition and doesn't know any commands. They say he was a stray that got picked up off the streets. The first thing I taught him was: HEEL and … Continue reading Rolo Arrives