Thank you for stopping to read this. It means a lot to me that you’re willing to write a man who made some bad decisions. It shows humanity and compassion; two traits highly valued by myself, two traits with a higher need world-wide. Giving your time in this modern age of go, go, go is a precious gift and I truly appreciate it. And even if it’s not me, please write someone. I can’t begin to express the joy and elation it causes when mail slides under the door and you just never know how far a bit of encouragement and goodwill will send someone in this setting. Writing a prisoner makes you an agent of change.
I have a wide range of interests: fitness, sports, writing, and food- pretty much anything that moves me. I value friendship and loyalty; intellect and communication; character and attitude; a willingness to laugh at yourself. I love making new friends and learning what drives another person. I believe that positive interaction breeds synergy and as we’ve all heard before, love makes the world go round.
To wrap this up, I hope to hear from you. Ask me anything, I’m an open book. I want to thank you again for taking the time to consider writing a prisoner and to thank you for considering writing me, and being a contributing member to my own restoration by helping me know that I’m not alone in this world. Your letters are a blessing.