Start date : September 27, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
Ladies, I’ve spent almost half of my life in prison, but will soon be a free man.
I’m very excited and anxious about many things, but most of all I’m looking forward to finding and spending my new-found freedom with the woman of my dreams!
She is intelligent, honest, loyal, laid-back, easy-going and affectionate. She enjoys quiet evenings at home, lives an active lifestyle and loves dogs.
She would love to live a more self-reliant life in a rural paradise if only she could find an adventerous,
Start date : July 26, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
I am looking for a pen-friend and maybe something more. First and foremost, a friend or two (or more). I have a couple of family members still in touch, but no friends. I miss friendship tremendously. I’m hoping for long-term relationships. I believe in honesty, loyalty and dependability. I can be a good friend. I am a “captive audience”. I have a good sense of humor and hope you do too.
I am innocent of the crime and I am on appeal in hopes of proving it. I believe given the opportunity I can prove it to you too. I’m no angel, but I’m no monster either.
I’ve been alone for a while now., so I’m really looking forward to writing to you. I’m sure we have much in common and lots we can talk about. I’m a good listener. I’m open, we can talk about anything you want. I have a good heart. I’m warm, kind and
Start date : June 24, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45, Prisoners Serving Life
With a perpetuance for excitement I have lived a crazy life.
My motivation has always been two things… money and women. By combining the two it guaranteed me an exciting journey filled with pain and pleasure. As a result I have made many bad choices so it’s imperative that I reconstruct myself from the inside out if I expect to salvage what little life I have left.
Even though I’m comfortable with who I am now, I still believe everyone has room for improvement. Change is not easy and people will often encounter distractions in all forms. At this point a person’s opinion of me is not relevant. In my life I have always done things others have deemed controversial, intensive or immoral. So the opinions of a few people in a world filled with
Start date : June 16, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
I consider myself a fairly normal guy who got himself into a really bad situation.
I made some really stupid decisions while drinking and it cost me more than I could ever have imagined. I ended up in prison! Not to imply that I was perfect before this, I had my share of problems in life, But I never thought I’d end up here. Anyway, more details about that when you write.
The worst thing about prison, is the idle time and boredom. On the outside, I remember thinking I never had enough time in a day. It seemed like I was always busy and there was always more stuff to get done. I would give anything to have that problem again. Here, its the opposite. Trying to find ways to occupy my mind and get through each day until I can leave here. Thats one reason
Start date : May 10, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
I was born in Iowa, where my parents were attending Parsons College.
My father was from Philadelphia, PA. My mother was from Miami, FL (born in Milwaukee, WI). We moved to Miami to be with my grandmother.
My father was a computer clerical worker. My mother was a special education teacher. My father died in 2010. His probate finally ended in Oct. 2011, and my mother and I moved to Kissimmee to be near Disney!
I love everything Disney. When I was married we practically lived at