MUST BE 18 OR OLDER - MUST READ TERMS OF SERVICE You Are On: Inmate Blogs
Interested in participating in a landmark study on prison pen-pals? Please visit this page to begin!

Total Inmates Blogs: 193
Total Inmate Blog Entries: 250
You are viewing WriteAPrisoner.com's Inmate Blog section. Here you will find blog entries from inmates all around the country. The prisoner blogs below are all posted by active members of WriteAPrisoner.com. You can view their profile by clicking on the hyperlink beneath the photo.

Inmate's State:
Keywords:        

250 Results | Viewing Results 176 - 185 | Viewing Page 18 of 25
First      < 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20        Last Page 

Tony Edwards's Profile
Age: 30
Location: AZ
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, March 19 2016
Inmate Blog Category:CHOICES
LIFE

When I was young I wanted to be the man around the world. I wanted everyone to know exactly who I was...to make a name for myself is what I wanted, so I did. I did things that are not exactly righteous in today's society. Things that in my eyes were right, but in your eyes wrong. My family raised me to not be involved in the street life. But I was curious and wanted the street fame. All in all, I was a very good athlete. I could have excelled in sports...really be the man known around the world. As I got older I was blinded more and more by the things of the world; money, drugs, sex, alcohol. Until I got locked up and sentenced to 25 years, for a shooting where no one was injured or hurt. As I sat in solitary confinement reminiscing, it was just then when it hit me. I thought to myself "What a waste of life". You could be in the NBA or NFL..and living life. But look at you sitting in the penitentiary, unable to afford a lawyer to help appeal your conviction. What should you do? Where do you begin? I must keep fighting, keep pushing towards freedom. Stay positive and keep striving to be the man around the world...

View All Blog Entries by Tony Edwards

Robert Jennings 's Profile
Age: 46
Location: CO
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Sunday, March 20 2016
Inmate Blog Category:LIFE
ABOUT ME

More about me: I am an animal lover; I prefer dogs over cats. I am a proponent for eco-friendly solutions, space travel, and education. I enjoy camping, motorcycle riding, hiking, scuba diving, baking, good food and good friends. I am a goofball with a love for old funny movie, such as Monty Python's Holy Grail and Life of Brian. I have a dominant personality, am outspoken, ambitious, intelligent, thoughtful, honest, open-minded, witty, spontaneous, talented, and a leader. I am not perfect; I am a work in progress! Every day I strive to better myself. I am reading a college textbook about the universe. I am weightlifting to stay in good physical shape, and I work in the facility's bakery. I hope to find friends who will enrich my life.

View All Blog Entries by Robert Jennings

Lucas Morgan's Profile
Age: 34
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, March 21 2016
Inmate Blog Category:


I know there are some very gorgeous women out there. I remember seeing you, so why is it I’m only receiving letters from gay guys? I’m not hating on them, I enjoy having guys as friends too but I’m looking to meet some females. So, if you are an open minded, easy going, love to laugh kind of girl, please feel free to drop me a few lines. I’m not looking for a negative, mean spirited bxxxxh, I’m down with crazy but if you are always trying to tear someone down, I don’t want my part of that, please skip me. I enjoy having fun, sometimes too much. I have had to leave drugs alone because I go a little too far with them, so now I don’t get as crazy as I used to. I do find women that don’t mind getting a little crazy at times very attractive. They always seem to have more fun (smile). I hope to hear from you if you like to have fun and want to experience life as much as possible.

View All Blog Entries by Lucas Morgan

Alexander Koby's Profile
Age: 30
Location: NC
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, March 21 2016
Inmate Blog Category:


I’d really like a birthday card since it’s that time of year or an exciting postcard. The weather has been very gray and some color would be wonderful. I’ve also been having some medical dramas and random well wishes would brighten my day. Prison is a little different than what’s on TV, at least at this place anyway. Instead of hiding knives and picking fights, we smuggle condiments into the cafeteria and argue over the leadership of church services. There are so many weird and funny stories to tell since I arrived here. Activities ranging from working in the tyrannical sewing sweatshop, stirring salad dressing with a broom, singing show tunes with Russian Gangsters, predator ping pong, language arts with a Chinese spy/rocket scientist, luncheon with former state reps and topless yoga taught by a guy with larger breasts than any stripper I’ve ever met. It doesn’t take long to realize that maybe this isn’t rock breaking incarceration but a really corny low budget version of a summer camp from hell. Still, it has been difficult being so far away from familiar people. Making up for mistakes is something I think about often, being a better person and learning from my experiences, keeping my chin up, surviving and returning to a normal life and reality. Thank you in advance for the happy thoughts shared! I’m truly grateful for your interest in my story (feel free to include a smiling photo if you wish).

View All Blog Entries by Alexander Koby

Xiomara Gonzalez's Profile
Age: 28
Location: CT
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 22 2016
Inmate Blog Category:


Placing an ad on write a prisoner has been such a wonderful experience. I never imagined so many loving and caring people EXIST! I truly appreciate everyone who’s taken the time to reach out to me and let me know that they care. What is important to me isn’t the quantity of pen pals I receive but the quality. Not everyone who writes me has good intentions and not everyone who writes has plans of sticking around but among all the friendships that have turned into dead ends are many friendships, genuine friendships that I hold dear to my heart. I enjoy receiving responses from everyone but anyone who can sit down and write me personally will always be a priority to me. Technology continues to increase by the day but nothing makes my heart melt more than a nice handwritten letter. It is nice to receive simple messages but a personalized letter says so much more. I thank everyone who’s been here to support me mentally and emotionally you have truly been a blessing to me. I couldn’t thank you enough. Feel free to write me when you want, as often as you like. Remember a handwritten letter speaks volumes and if you’d like to make a good impression on me, writing is the way to go (smile). Always, Xiomara P.S. I do not seek financial support, but I love to read. A book is always appreciated, no hard covers allowed. Please contact me on having a book mailed directly to me. Thank you.

View All Blog Entries by Xiomara Gonzalez

Naarl Richard's Profile
Age: 43
Location: FL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, March 22 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Life's Choices
LADIES

This is For the Ladies ~~~ Ladies I know you can’t help who you fall in love with, and hell, hustlers aint half bad. In fact, hustlers are some of the greatest people on Earth. The drive that they have to live comfortably is something to admire. But for the ladies who turn the other cheek at regular dudes and will only date hustlers (obviously for material gain). Keep it real with yourself and stop frontin’ like you hate your man is out there hustling. What are you doing to encourage him to get out of the game? Are you encouraging him to open a business? Invest his money in things outside of Red Bottoms and designer bags. Listen ladies, stop accepting these lavish gifts and then he’ll believe you when you say that you hate that he hustles. Encourage him to invest his money so that you both can be great! Now remember, when it comes to his money, make sure you always come first but if last place is your thing, then by all means, I don’t know what to tell ya Ladies. One Love, Richard If you have any questions or comments, hit me up.

View All Blog Entries by Naarl Richard

Travis Fincher's Profile
Age: 38
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, March 25 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Prison Life
RELEASE

….TIC-TOC, Just feeling the clock, pushin’ forward to my release date. With so many things going on I’m just staying focused and striving hard to build my portfolio and get thingz in order. Still not sure what God has planned for my future, however I’m trustin and remaining faithful. They say “struggle builds character”, so I’m going to keep on grinning and stand tall through it all….

View All Blog Entries by Travis Fincher

Emmanuel Washington's Profile
Age: 29
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Sunday, March 27 2016
Inmate Blog Category:
AM I WEIRD

Am I Weird Am I weird for only wanting to be with one person. Am I weird for not caring about looks and loving whoever loves me. Nowadays it seems like no one wants to be in a committed relationship. I feel like I am in the minority because I want to spend the rest of my life with one person; wake up with, spend time, share holidays and have sex with one person. Raise a family, share anniversaries and go out on dates with 1 person!! And I don’t care anything about looks because those fade but personality and character are there forever. So if there are any like minded people who feel the same way I do, please feel free to let me know. I look forward to hearing from you.

View All Blog Entries by Emmanuel Washington

Eli Rodriguez's Profile
Age: 32
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, March 28 2016
Inmate Blog Category:


Random Thoughts, Any Advice! I’m trying to better myself mentally, physically and spiritually so that this time isn’t wasted. I’ve been trying to take up “Yoga”…but it’s kinda awkward…1st other inmates think this is a work out for women; then some of the positions can feel vulnerable at times. Am I even doing these poses right? I feel yoga can be very beneficial to my strength, flexibility and mental state! What to do? Then, I want to take psychology classes but these classes are held on units that are gang related and dangerous to my release. I’d like to counsel troubled teens one day. Is it worth it? Almost four years of incarceration; I write my kids every Monday. I know they receive my letters; my family has almost no contact with them. I hear my daughter carries my letters everywhere with her and I’m all she talks about. I’ve never received a reply nor have I seen them since my incarceration. Time away from them has been a prison sentence of its own. Their mom says I can see them when I get out but not while I’m in prison. Is this right? There’s no hope of reconciliation between me and the mother of my children. If God’s willing, I’d one day like to have more kids. In doing so I don’t want my children to feel left out or abandoned. Am I over thinking it? Should I or shouldn’t I? I only have 8 words left, Good Bye!

View All Blog Entries by Eli Rodriguez

Justin Galvan's Profile
Age: 28
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 2
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, March 30 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Prison Life
PEN-PALS

I am incarcerated in TDCJ, charged with burglary of a habitation. 10 years is the sentence that they gave me. I’ve got 5 years on it as of right now, May 3016, and hoping to make parole soon. This is the second time that I’ve been to the penitentiary. The first time was in 2010 for theft. I did 11 months on a 2 year sentence before I got out on parole. When a person is on parole he is not allowed to leave the state (for me, that will be Texas), unless he gets permission for his parole officer. # work purposes. I’m determined to stay out of jail this time around. There will be no more coming back for me. I’ll not allow myself to live the lifestyle that got me in here, anymore and I owe it to more people than myself. As for my pen-pals…With me, a friend made is a friend never lost. I’m not one to forget or dismiss you once I get released from prison. I’m genuine; I hold dear my pen-pals. To have the courage to reach out to me shows a lot about your character. That first step is the hardest step and I applaud you for taking it. I thank you, in the most sincere way. On another note, I’m not into lying so I try not to associate myself with those kinds of people. Honesty is key to any companionship. Hopefully, this helps you better understand who I am.

View All Blog Entries by Justin Galvan
250 Results | Viewing Results 176 - 185 | Viewing Page 18 of 25
First      <  11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20         Last Page 

spacer
Visit our sponsors
Visit our sponsors

2000-2016 WriteAPrisoner.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Must be 18 to be viewing this website and have read our Terms of Service.