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Daniel Martinez's Profile
Age: 27
Location: CT
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, July 26 2016
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Sometimes I wonder if I’m just being ridiculous. Then I consider it thoroughly and realize that I’m actually just being human. I crave interaction and affection just like anyone else does. Incarceration doesn’t change that, nor should it. I’m not delusional, I fully comprehend that the world has been turning for the last 4 ½ years that I’ve been incarcerated. I know that human nature practically dictates that as time goes on, people grow apart. And as the old adage goes, “Out of sight, out of mind”. It’s just rough because I still think about everyone and everything and I long to be thought of and remembered myself. It’s incredibly difficult to not get bummed out when 95% of your human interaction consists of talking to inmates and state employees. I’m aware that it was my own lapse in judgment, my own fault that I ended up here in the first place. No one’s obligated to communicate with me. I don’t want anyone to feel as though they should be. I just wish more people expressed the desire to correspond with me. My mail reception has dwindled from a flood to a trickle over the years. I don’t know if it’s because I’m getting closer to my release or what. What I do know for certain is that the cruelest part of this punishment is being a social person with barely any positive people to socialize with and yet I still hold out hope…

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Nicole Bradley's Profile
Age: 39
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 7
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, July 27 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Update


I’ve been working on my parole plans, because of SB261, I can get a juvenile hearing when I go to the parole board. Even if you don’t want to write me, would anyone in San Diego be willing to help me get information from various places? If you live in San Diego, I’d appreciate it if you could go to colleges, therapists, re-entry programs and sober living/transitional homes, career centers, libraries, bus stops, and hospitals, and ask for brochures and pamphlets of the services they provide, so you can mail it to me. I need a meeting directory to 12 step classes in Southern San Diego. I especially need job offers. Anyone willing to save a job position for me? I have an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and in Business Management. I can start off in clerk jobs, a sewing industry, math tutoring, ect. I’m a quick learner and hard worker. I could be going to board anytime between “now to next year, so I’m trying to be prepared ahead of time. If you have any useful information, just write me, or pass my address along, I’d appreciate it very much. When I go home, I want to make it up to everyone, and do right by everyone. The first step is to just get out of this miserable place. But, I will give back to my community! I’m not the same person I was when I first came in here.

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Daniel Cisneros's Profile
Age: 30
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, August 1 2016
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“Check Out Time” Hello World, I’m looking for friendship during my time of reflection, someone who’ll read my words and feel compassionate enough to leave a message of encouragement. I’d like to build by sharing my story with you and would be equally enthusiastic to learn and experience yours. My name is Daniel Cisneros. Although I have past regrets, I wouldn’t be the man I am today if I wouldn’t have lived and learned through those experiences, for that I am grateful. I get released early next year after serving “4” years. I want a friend I can share my thoughts and my dreams and visions of the future with. Maybe we’ll create a friendship we’ll both cherish always. If you’re interested, leave a message or address I can write so I can let you know how I’m getting ready for the world, while waiting for my “Check Out Time”. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future. May God bless you and protect you and your loved ones. “Make Me Your Selection” “Too many shelves full of books” Some get picked, others overlooked “I’m the one full of special discoveries” “Open up my pages so you can be intrigued” “Can I share my life story? I promise a good read”, “I’m looking for a true friend connection” “Come take a chance, make me your selection” So smile for me (smiley face)

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Ahmed Jasaad Boyce's Profile
Age: 32
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, August 1 2016
Inmate Blog Category:
UPROOTING THE EGO

Uprooting The Ego

When one wallows in self justification they only deny their faults and defects. The person may be unaware of the affects of his or her actions, for the intellect had been clouded by impurities, not knowing what he or she means and not meaning what he or she says. He or she is to self willed and self satisfied to see the error in his/her ways, one who is not straightforward and can not keep discipline or open his or her heart to others, cannot be helped by “any teacher”, nothing can help one who deliberately shuts his or her eyes against the Truth. Such a person instead of making progress along life’s path, remains stuck in the mirror of his or her own creation. If there is any recognition that something is wrong, the slightest attempt to improve or even a slightly receptive attitude. Then the errors can be corrected. One who is frank with his or her teacher and him/herself begins to realize the nature and source of their effects, he or she is soon on the way to improving his/her life!

W.O.W. An open mind is ready for growth, a closed mind is ready for darkness.


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Tiran Jenkins's Profile
Age: 38
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, August 1 2016
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Hello, As I shared some things in my profile and blog about myself, I’m also seeking to receive other information that can be beneficial to use as my support system. All feedback received is respected to learn from and possibly apply to my life as long as it’s positive. My request for information deals with mental/emotional health issue; how to deal with anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress issues affectively. I’m also open to spiritual input and not limited to just one specific religion. To understand my reason why I’m seeking the supportive help, is for me to have that will-power to overcome the obstacles and roadblocks that have plagued my life that I struggle with daily. Maybe learning from others and their experiences can give me the encouraging strength to have faith, hope and belief in myself to begin to heal from my suffering pains. Although there are prison coping programs that are available, it’s more group setting where everybody seems to deal with their problems as the same. It’s also difficult to get the serious one on one treatment because of the group programs. Through this whole experience I’m in, I want to survive by knowing my life still has a purpose to it and I’m self worthy for it. I also want to feel important, respected, to love, be loved by and cared for with the deserving desire for happiness on every level. I thank those for understanding my struggles and the willingness to help me. Tiran Jenkins**

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Jose Vargas's Profile
Age: 39
Location: CT
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, August 1 2016
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If you’re searching for someone special and are truly looking for someone genuine to start a relationship with, why not take a chance with me. Looks, size or race are not that important. What is, is finding somebody honest and down to earth to make a fresh start with. I have less than 2 years left to be in here and would like to meet someone that would be fun to be around. I’ve been known to be a fun, outgoing person. I will go on record and say that I will be a dependable friend, and will be there if you need a good friend or maybe someone to just listen. I look forward to reaching my goals when I’m released and I hope to relocate somewhere else with somebody special. If you’re tired of being treated bad or tired of selfish people, I ask that you give me a chance to prove myself because I am also tired of those same types of people. I stay busy by working out, reading and I keep myself busy trying to better myself so that I never am put in this situation again. I will take the time to write back. All I ask is that you take a chance with your heart. Jose Vargas

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Michael McThune's Profile
Age: 26
Location: WI
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, August 2 2016
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KISS THAT FROG! Women of all ages! Why do so many of you claim to want Mr. Right, but all too often settle for Mr. Right Now or his twin brother, Mr. Wrong? Well, I’m here to tell you that your Prince Charming, the man you’ve envisioned all of your childhood, is right HERE! (Yeah, you who’s smiling, twisting your lips and rolling your eyes!) Real talk, the vast majority of you don’t even know who your Prince is! Maybe he’s the guy opening the door for you at the grocery store smiling. But since his smile is crooked and he works at ALDI’S, you don’t see him! Or better yet, he could be eying you from across the room with a good job, loving personality but since you noticed his bus-pass, you don’t give him the time of day. Take me: Mr. Good Looking! A published author with my own money, career and successful blog, drawing in thousands every week. I can provide the missing chain your heart’s been missing. But my incarceration blinds you from a potential husband and/or friend. My book may be torn and tattered but read a couple chapters and then judge! When you’re done kissing that frog that won’t transform, come find me, your Prince, who’s waiting to break you outta that dungeon you call home! Yours truly, Michael

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Hugo Morales's Profile
Age: 29
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, August 2 2016
Inmate Blog Category:
SECOND CHANCE

SECOND CHANCE When I was younger, like everyone else I thought I knew everything, so with that being said, I have made my fair share of mistakes when it comes to the opposite sex. And some of those relationships will haunt me for life. While some others I won’t care for at all. But now that I’m older, wiser and look back at my current situation, I wonder if I will ever meet Ms. Right? And I can only pray that I have not met her already and blown it. And just the thought of that keeps me up at night. Because now I realize life is full of those little moments. I am looking for someone who will love me unconditionally for who I am on the inside. I would like to find someone to share life’s little moments as well as its big with, to grow old with and raise a family with. What I am getting at is I am hoping that it’s not too late for me. I would like to share my life and whatever else I can with someone similar to my expectations. So I can only hope that a second chance at love exists because if it doesn’t then I do not know where to go or what to do. Everybody needs love…….I just pray to receive it one day. TRUE LOVE. Hugo Morales

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Christopher Denney's Profile
Age: 28
Location: OR
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, August 5 2016
Inmate Blog Category:
ABOUT ME

In addition to my profile, I wanted to write this blog to tell you a little more about me. As a child I never had much, however that childhood inspired me to become successful, unfortunately I made a few bad choices and fell into a life of addiction, which led to losing the values, ambitions and goals I had. Before I came to prison, I was clean and sober for two and a half years. During my recovery I was working full-time and going to college full-time. I wanted to get my transfer degree at the community college, to eventually get my BA in Business Management. I exceeded in school, I did 6 terms, but I just didn’t finish. Drugs got in the way, however I did leave with a 3.75 GPA. I have never had a problem holding a job, since I was fourteen years old, I held a full time job. When I was 17, I got a job painting interior/exteriors of houses. I have worked on multi-million dollar home’s, I have done this for 10 years. Some of my hobbies include hiking, camping, fishing, and pretty much anything to do with outdoors. I enjoy making people laugh and have an extremely big heart. I am the type of man that will give you the shirt off my back and when I love, I love with everything. I look forward to hearing from you. Chris

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Chris Rubisch's Profile
Age: 34
Location: CO
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Sunday, August 7 2016
Inmate Blog Category:
FIRST BLOG

I can honestly say that this is truly my first real blog. I’ve given personal updates before, but they didn’t have the same pizazz as a “blog”. I hope that each and every one of you that visits my page, will have just as much fun wanting to get to know me, as I will, getting to know all of you who choose to correspond with me. The greatest gift we can give someone is our friendship! I’m getting ready to transfer to a medium custody level facility, hopefully soon. As my time here, at this close custody level facility will soon be coming to a close. As yet another chapter of my life comes to a close, another one begins. You all are probably wondering what I do to pass the time? You’ll have to write me, to find out! But I like connecting with people, working on ways to better myself, write music and play cards….are just a few of the things I do to pass time. Recently, my Grammy passed, and it’s been trying times for me. She was a really big part of my life and meant the world to me….she’ll truly be missed! R.I.P. Grammy! Sorry for the sad note, I hope all of you who have visited my profile and have read my blog, will want to know more about me, as there’s a lot more to tell! I look forward to receiving your letters soon! MWAH! Hope all of you have a happy and safe summer!

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