Start date : July 23, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Female Inmates Age 36 - 40
Hi, I am wanting to meet people that I can talk to and get to know.
Being in prison is not something I am proud of, but it has taught me the true meaning of living. I always thought I knew what I wanted and I am very headstrong, but not strong enough to reach for it.
I know now that being a mother is so much that I have missed out on because of the choices I have made, but it is never too late to become anything. I have always enjoyed cooking, so doing it here I found to be simple. I have always been told that when you do something that you love it becomes a hobby instead of work.
I have gotten very acquainted with the law library by fighting my case and its very interesting work which I enjoy. It has
Start date : July 18, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
My name is Timmothy Allen Zeigler.
I was born May 5, 1971 in Fort Myers Florida but, I was raised in Summerfield, Florida. Summerfield is near Gainsville. I was adopted at the age of 3 1/2 along with my twin and moved to Summerfield. I was not wanted by my real mother and father. I was born premature and very sickly.
My birth parents were in the habit of leaving us alone in the house for as long as several days at a time without food or bathing. I remember the day a woman showed up in a red car and took us away from there. Shortly afterward, with these events
Start date : July 15, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 31 - 35
It is not the mistakes that determine ones destiny, but conscious, deliberate choices once an individual comes to an understanding of life.
Hello, my name is Aristotle Stubblefield and I’m currently serving a lengthy sentence for not grasping the reality of this statement. Prior to my incarceration, life was full of turmoil, disorder and confusion. Subsequently my personal struggles which hadn’t been adequately dealt with, manifested in a very shameful way for which I’m now paying the consequences.
After years of striving to find satisfactory answers to the ‘whys’, looking to something external, finally I went within and there, upon realizing that most definitive aspect of humans, our infinite nature, I found solace. And, not only
Start date : July 11, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 31 - 35, Prisoners Serving Life
Hello, my name is Daniel Henney, and I am 33 years old.
I stand 5′ 9″, 216lbs. and I have blue eyes and short light-brown hair. I have been incarcerated for a little over 16 years now. I am serving a life sentence for a crime that was committed when I was a juvenile.
Please do not be too quick to judge me, give me the opportunity to share my story and give me the chance to show you that I am not the same person I was 16 years ago.
I promise that you’ll see that I am a very humble, open-minded, uncomplicated and good hearted man who you can say made a few poor decisions and who is now paying for them.
Now, just to give you a little rundown about myself; I am very much into drawing, very much into all types of music, writing poetry and reading. I also enjoy the occasional good movie here and there. I am very much into sports, both
Start date : July 3, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 46 - 50
Hello, my name is Steve Hipps.
I am currently serving a 196-245 month sentence in the NC Department of Corrections. My projected release date is April of 2024. I hope and pray that my health and spirits hold up during the coming years.
My main objective in signing up with the Inmate Outreach Program is to make new friends on the outside that know and understand that not all people in prison are bad. Yes, we have made mistakes or we wouldn’t be here, but, deep down we’re still decent and my wish is to meet new people who can forgive these mistakes and therefore won’t judge me. I pray