Start date : January 19, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
I am Joel Harp. I am 48 years old and will be incarcerated for some time yet to come.
I am a Catholic, spend my time working on my fitness, and whatever work assignments are provided.
Letters from men or women are welcome, thank you for taking the time to consider
Start date : November 29, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
Hello from Texas!
Aside from the unfortunate circumstances, I’m a happy go-lucky male who made mistakes in life & after 19 years am still paying the consequences. For 2 burglaries. Welcome to Texas!
I have been a christian for the last 7 yrs, it’s something I don’t regret and I’m as spiritually free as can be. I am from Ft. Worth and grew up a country boy. I enjoy christian, traditional country, classic rock and no farther.
I like hunting/fishing/camping; it was a big part of me in another life. I am also
Start date : November 5, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
Hello, my name is Shirley Guynn.
I am 48 years old and am from Mount Airy, North Carolina. I would love to write to anybody who wishes to write to me. Either male or female, my greatest wish is for friendship. I have been alone for a very long time. I stay so very lonely in this place, there is nobody to write to me.
I would really love for God to bless me with some good Christian friends. I have never been married and I have no children, though I wish I did because I believe that children are a gift from God.
I have never hurt or mistreated anyone in my life. But, I am guilty of
Start date : September 12, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50, Prisoners Serving Life
These are words I describe myself as being.
Compassionate, sincere, artistic. I’ve been locked-up for 24 years and my journey has taken me from the streets of Chicago, inside the court rooms, to death row and back. The Governor of Illinois commuted my sentence in 2003. I’m now serving a life sentence, and that makes me look at life and how I live it in a whole new perspective. It has also given me many experiences and life lessons to share.
I spend most of my time drawing and painting. I’ve done many oil paintings and pencil drawings, but I enjoy working with all mediums. When painting or drawing I always try to allow for an element of mistery, a looseness or emotional space that a person themselves must fill. The details of a story, feeling and intent are all supplied by the person, not me — and this way
Start date : September 4, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
Hello, my name is David Taylor and I’m from Miami, Florida.
I’m 48 years old and my birthday is October 11, 1963. I stand at 5′ 9″ and am 248 lbs. My complexion is dark brown, my eyes are grey and brown.
I like to have fun and I love to have cookouts. I love to cook, I love fishing and racing cars. I also love going to plays and traveling. I also like making people laugh.
I am an open-minded person, I also like staying at home with that special person or good friend and watch
Start date : August 23, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
First, I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my profile.
Let me introduce myself. My name is Major Keith Tolbert. I am 49 years old, single, with one beautiful 7 year old daughter. I was born in Houston, Texas. I grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with my mother after my parents divorced.
I left home at the age of 17 and started a life of my own back in Houston. My parents raised me to be a humble and respectful person. When a boy becomes a man, the decision he makes in life are his own.
I take full responsibility for the wrong I have done in my life. Several times in my life being at the wrong places at the wrong time have lead me to incarceration, even as I sit here facing a 35 year robbery sentence that is currently on appeal to be overturned.
I believe that all my stumbles have become building blocks. I have finally turned my life around and want to live
Start date : August 13, 2012 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
I am writing this hoping to find someone who understands or maybe trying to understand the trials that I now face as far as incarceration goes.
I don’t want pity (not at all) because this has been the best school I have ever been to. I have been able to learn much in jail because there are fewer distractions than everyday life can throw your way. If you can understand that then we are on the same page.
I really want to meet someone looking for a person who is open-minded, willing to learn something new, full of good ideas,