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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    Well you know the rules with federal prisons and visitor lists. If you didn't know him beforehand then it's going to be very difficult to get on his list.
    we only have crossed paths in the freeworld once, and i was 15 and he was 5, and to be honest i did not eve realize it until about 9 months ago when he sent me a photo of him and this little white girl...yeah i was the little white girl...( i mailed him the photo back with a copy of my photo my dad took it shows me and him and his mom..he had cut his mom out for some reason) but i really did not know him his mother makes native pieces and i was talking my dad into buying me one. they had sometime of native thing (i hate to put it that way but yeah i'm still kind of clueless about the whole native lengo) so he was in full traditional dress...he was just the cutest thing ever so my dad wanted to get a pick of us together. it's kind of funny i was the tall one then...yeah he is 6'5" now and i'm 5'8" on a good day LOL..if they denied me this time around, i'm planning to make a copy of the photo and submit it with the next visition paper, as well as write a letter asking for a special visit. because one of the ladies on Prison Talk wrote that was how she was able to get approved on her man's list. it never hurts to try.

    i've heard so many different things about getting approved for fed list. one of my cousins friends just got locked up in the fed, so he sent me a visit request not that he wants me to visit but he claims if you can get on one federal visit list it's easier to get on another list. i don't know the truth to it, but got to try. i know him not well he was one with blue hair his name i could not really tell you at the time, i know it now.
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    Default Re: coming home? not soon but still

    So he lived in Europe too as a child?

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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    So he lived in Europe too as a child?
    no WA...most of my life growing on bases was in europe and asia, but we did spend a few vacations in the USA to visit mom and see the different Rez lands, because my dad has always had an interest in the Native culture.

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    That's a pretty cool *** story. WOW.

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    We only started writing by chance...he was cellie with Mexican Painter boy...one of my very good friends and he was telling me about his huge native they celled him up with, and that he was a good guy but really far away from home so mail took forever he was lucky to get a letter a month from home, it was when mexican painter boy was in NJ and wondered if i would maybe just drop him a card since his bday was coming up and knowing how the mail had been if his family did send him a card it would be late...i did not see the harm in just sending a card...that was 8 years ago and we have been writing ever since...friends first and now it's more than just friends..i've become very close with his family and try to visit with them once a year on the rez, and they are close with my dad even tho my dad really is not people friendly to many years in the army.
    (MPB is a nick name that he knows has has just a wrong nickname for me...either crazy white girl...or cracker child)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixieWings View Post
    he was 15 when it happen, they just did not catch him until 16...he was caught up in the gang life...even his mother tells me he is not the boy he was...that his whole mentality has changed. she laughs at me sometimes cause i'm trying to get stuff ready so early and we don't even really have a set outdate cause it will change based on good time and stuff..but she is happy that he will come to my place, cause she does not want him to come to the Rez until he is ok being in the freeworld, we both want to keep him as far away from trouble as we can until he is less prison mind and more freeworld mind if that makes sense.
    He needs to start making different choices. Because he was so young when he went in...he has the opportunity to change things. Dreamboat's cousin was in a native gang as a kid too...and now he's getting all his gang tattoos covered up... he no longer goes by his nickname...he's making changes so when he gets out people don't know he was that 16 yr old kid that went to prison for murder.

    Also...you should encourage him to stop doing anything criminal in prison... if he is doing anything of that nature. Because one thing Dreamboat has told me is that if you don't get some distance between making criminal choices in prison...you'll continue making them when you get out. 6 years to the gate was when the Boat decided it was time to start living a straighter life in prison...he's preparing himself by getting used to not taking opportunities when they present themselves...not doing anything illegal... not getting into fights... etc etc... so you probably should encourage J that way too. Because it does make sense that if you continue to be a criminal up until the day before you're released...you're not going to have the mental conditioning to make the right choice once you're out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saskatchewanian View Post
    He needs to start making different choices. Because he was so young when he went in...he has the opportunity to change things. Dreamboat's cousin was in a native gang as a kid too...and now he's getting all his gang tattoos covered up... he no longer goes by his nickname...he's making changes so when he gets out people don't know he was that 16 yr old kid that went to prison for murder.

    Also...you should encourage him to stop doing anything criminal in prison... if he is doing anything of that nature. Because one thing Dreamboat has told me is that if you don't get some distance between making criminal choices in prison...you'll continue making them when you get out. 6 years to the gate was when the Boat decided it was time to start living a straighter life in prison...he's preparing himself by getting used to not taking opportunities when they present themselves...not doing anything illegal... not getting into fights... etc etc... so you probably should encourage J that way too. Because it does make sense that if you continue to be a criminal up until the day before you're released...you're not going to have the mental conditioning to make the right choice once you're out.
    As far as i know most of his time is prison is spend in the libary or working out...he does have tattoos but they are not gang related the are just normal native inspired ink, but it's all coverable with a shirt and pants, he does not have any that a tshirt will not cover. he has only been in one fight the entire he has been locked up and, he and to of his friend beat of a child rapist what was opening telling anyone that would listen what his case was.

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    Ever play "Hide and Seek" as a kid? That's kinda what its like....you count to whatever number and then----Ready or not here I come!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by natalieandjames View Post
    Ever play "Hide and Seek" as a kid? That's kinda what its like....you count to whatever number and then----Ready or not here I come!!!
    i'm confused...and no i did not play that game as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixieWings View Post
    i'm confused...and no i did not play that game as a kid.
    Natalie means that whether you are ready or not (and most, even with preparation will not be "ready") if you chose to put yourself into that situation you then just have to deal with it.

    I would suggest that you will have more important things to consider than what kind of cheesecake to serve.





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