Start date : November 25, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 36 - 40
I am 40 years old and much different than the person who came to jail nearly 16 years ago.
In less than four years I’ll be rejoining society; but one much different than I left in 1997. Early in my incarceration I began to prepare myself for release by gaining an education and a trade.
I’m a paralegal. I was lucky enough to find something I love and I’m good at. I enjoy fighting for those who can’t fight for themselves. I suppose I can relate to the feelings of vulnerability that come with
Start date : November 16, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 26 - 30
Hi, my name is Matt.
I’m 29 years old and am here looking for sincere people to correspond with. I am pretty much a what-you-see is what-you-get type of guy. I am honest and don’t believe in taking advantage of people.
I have a wonderful family who I couldn’t have made through all this without. I love reading and playing sports. I am very athletic. I guess at times, sports are my way of coping with things.
I have a good sense of humor and would love to find someone with the same. I tend to drive my mom crazy with my quirky antics, but she loves me anyway (thank God). Some say I’m a handful and they’re right, but there aren’t many
Start date : November 16, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 51 +, Prisoners Serving Life
Hi. You’re reading some of me – Larry (short for Lawrence) – which I hope will give rise to contact by you in that you too might have and want to share, say or discuss things as I do.
Although prison life here in Texas is bearable, outside contact with others can and does make a huge difference and is longed for always. Friendships, Fellowships, Pen Pals, someone to just talk to means so much.
I was born and raised in Houston, Texas. After High School and some travels, I moved and started over in Austin, Texas. As my travels and adventures involved things mostly related to the great outdoors (i.e. snow- and water-ski, motorcycles, hike & bike, some hunting and even some deep-sea stuff), Houston had to end, thus Austin begin, as it’s quite the outdoor
Start date : October 29, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 26 - 30
I am looking for mutual friendship with loyalty, understanding, and kindness.
I love laughing and playing games. I am especially interested in chess. I am family oriented and love spending time with those I love.
I am open minded and willing to try anything at least once. I am currently taking a couple classes for paralegal. Once I am released I want a family of my own. I want a wife to love and cater to. I want kids and a
Start date : October 16, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 41 - 45
My name is James Parks.
Thank you for taking a moment to read my profile. I am signing up here because I am very lonesome. Since being incarcerated I have lost my mom who was my whole world, my brother who was my best friend and my sister who always made sure I had the things I needed.
I am a Christian man and I take full responsibility for my actions. They say once you reach a point in your life where God is all you have, then you realize that He was all you ever needed. Well I am now to that point, but I do so desire
Start date : October 7, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 31 - 35
Yo ma, what’s good? It’s your boy, young, fine & bossie! But forget all that, you could see that from my flick. I wanna know what’s good with you! It’s been a minute I’ve been looking for you. And just in case you’re wondering who I’m talking about, I’m talking to you!
What that’s not good enough? You wanna brotha to spell it out for you huh? Where do I begin, you’re smart, fun, a lil’ corny at times, but that’s cool too :), very caring, at least when you don’t think a man’s playing you,
Start date : October 3, 2013 ¤ Listed in : Male Inmates Age 31 - 35
Thank you for checking out my profile.
I really like meeting new and interesting people so this experience is a new and exciting one for me. I imagine your reasons for being here are similar to mine so I’m glad we like-minded individuals have this opportunity to meet one another.
I’ll start by saying my name is Herbert J. Elliott, 30 years old. I am presently in prison here in Nebraska. This road I’m on began in December 2005, and that day for me was the conception of regret in my life, but that wasn’t the only thing born within me that day, an urgent desire to be a better me than the one I saw staring back at me through that tattered cell mirror came to life, and persists even still. Now I’m different, not