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Inmate Blog Entry: Tuesday, April 11 2017

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Paul Guenthner's Profile
Age: 57
Location: Ontario, OR
Total Blog Entries: 2
NORTH SHORE

One day I hopped on a plane to Oahu to see my brother. Big party on the beach, lots of fun. I met a beautiful lady with jet black hair and piercing blue eyes. As the party wound down we spent the early hours talking on the beach. I told her I had to make a trip to the other side of the island. She said let’s go. Reluctantly I agreed. I had always dreamed of making this trip alone. We drove past the pineapple fields to the North Shore. When we arrived waiting for the sun to come up, my board close, I could hear the roar of the surf. It was awesome, pounding the coral reef like Thor’s hammer. There seemed to be a monster out tonight. The sand vibrated under our feet. The sun began to rise between the palms and over the volcanic mountains. I had found my paradise. 15-20 foot surf, one of the most spectacular sites I have ever seen. The mist made the waves look majestic. After a great time surfing, I came back to the beach beaming. My new friend understood exactly why I came to this place. After a couple of days together we both returned to our lives, we spoke on the phone at times. The surf, her beauty and the tropical paradise will always be with me. Life is about adventures. It was August when I arrived home. A friend called and just said “Octoberfest in Germany”. I said, “Can’t wait”. I have always believed a life without adventure, isn’t a life.
Inmate Blog Entry: Tuesday, August 29 2017

Inmate Blog Category: Prison Life


Paul Guenthner's Profile
Age: 57
Location: Ontario, OR
Total Blog Entries: 2
WHAT'S GOOD

Prison Life ~~~ What’s good about prison life? Some positive. I work in a plant nursery and garden. I love music, so I have countless songs downloaded. I have a flat screen in my house, movies, stereo, video chat, email, video games, phone internet tables. Any kind of food you want -we can order KFP, Pizza Hunt and others. Our doors are unlocked most of the time. I have family and friend and pen-pals that I correspond with. ~~What’s good about Prison Life? ~~~ I’ve made mistakes that impacted my family and friends. They have to answer the questions, where’s your father? What happened to Paul? I did this. I have a nightmare about one of my daughters; she’s crying out for me during a big thunderstorm, help me Daddy. I go to her room and there is a giant wall. No matter what I do or how hard I try the wall won’t come down. I found a hammer and now I tear down the wall one brick at a time. After many years I was working late one night and I fell asleep on the floor. When I woke, I count hear crying. The thunder was distant. I heard a grown woman on the other side of the wall say, “It’s OK Dad, the storm and the wall are almost gone.” ~~~What’s good about prison Life?~~~ Nothing.~~~ I’ll be on Facebook soon. Look me up as I start the last leg of this journey. I intend to spend more time learning and paying extra attention to my family, friends and my special lady. I’ve had so many pen pals on this site. Thank you all. Thoughts don’t look back. What I do next is what matters as a man. Reach out to someone in need. Rest Easy, Paul




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