MUST BE 18 OR OLDER - MUST READ TERMS OF SERVICE You Are On: Rene Rivas Jr's Blogs
Know an inmate being released within the year who's in need of a job? We are working with employers to help find inmates work before they're released. Post a free resume for them here!

< Rene Previous Blog 
Rene Next Blog > 
Inmate Blog Entry: Tuesday, September 27 2016

Inmate Blog Category: Life


Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 40
Location: Huntsville, TX
Total Blog Entries: 4


“Prisoner in the Free”~~ Looking at me is plain to see. I’m a prisoner and can’t easily set myself free. Yet many are free and are prisoners that are worse off than me or somewhat like me. Not realizing they hold their own key to unlock what has built their own penitentiary. Some are emotionally, physically or mentally trapped and unhappy. Yet unlike me, everyone that is free “doesn’t” have to be a prisoner one day longer than they need to be. So if you may be a prisoner reading in the free, I hope you consider setting yourself free and realize that you have no reason to be trapped and unhappy, like me. I’d have tons of consequences piled up awaiting on me. But if you or anyone in the free would break free of your own penitentiary, the consequences to follow can only be better than what would await me if I choose to set myself free. So ask yourself, are you happy with who you want to be? Are you in a place you “want” to be? Are you happy and who do you want to be with? If you answers were “no” then welcome home! You’re a prisoner and free you roam! Lol. But remember, you hold your own key and all you must do is unlock what holds you a prisoner, like me, set yourself free, and make yourself happy. Cuz you don’t want to be miserable like me. Thanks for hearing me. Much love and respect, Face
Inmate Blog Entry: Sunday, April 23 2017

Inmate Blog Category: Me


Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 40
Location: Huntsville, TX
Total Blog Entries: 4
THE REALITY OF ME

Looking at someone like me is looking at the bad guy you've been told not to be. All from appearance to living a life like me in a penitentiary. And truth be, no one should be like me, nor live like me, because many can't sustain living caged up like me. Most are not mentally nor physically built like me to sustain a violent and lonely caged up life like me. There is no college degree that teaches anyone to live in a penitentiary, and that's the reality. Given some deserve to live in a penitentiary, while others shouldn't be... just like this bad guy you see. I have no choice than to live in this penitentiary, long story as to how they convicted me, but if you'd like to know, just write me. For now, I'd like to tell you that the reality of who you see, "me!" I'm a bad guy, because when anybody steps all over me, I don't respect boundaries, and always stand up for all I believe, regardless the punishment the laws may hand me. Bad guy because I don't submit to authorities, well then a bad guy is who I'll always be. So just know, if you submit to authorities, and allow them to step all over you, and disrespect your beliefs, then you're nothing like this guy you see. You did a good job not turning out like me. Scarface.
Inmate Blog Entry: Monday, November 20 2017

Inmate Blog Category:


Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 40
Location: Huntsville, TX
Total Blog Entries: 4
“THINKING LOUD”

You know, for nine years I’ve tried to make sense of this wrongful conviction here. I mean seriously, picture this here. An ex-girlfriend’s single testimony is said to be legally sufficient to hold me on a conviction like the one you see here. No DNA, no medical exams to link me to this crime in any way. The only evidence State relied on was an unverified report made by this female four days after we went our separate ways. And sorry to vent on you today, but as a viewer I feel you’re entitled to know what’s up with this bad guy you’re viewing today and I have nothing to hide and lots more to say on this topic I’m here on today. For now I’d like to share a little something I wrote and thought of today. When you’re feeling lonely and gray, write me a letter and I’ll let you know about my day and I promise, your worst day will sound like your best day. See, when one’s locked away their entire world turns gray. The only thing I can hope for is for someone to give me their time a day and send a letter my way, and that brings light and hope to my grayest day. So never feel lonely and gray until you lose someone you can’t replace. Until then remember someone is willing to hear about your day and remind you it’s not so gray. Face.
Inmate Blog Entry: Wednesday, May 23 2018

Inmate Blog Category: Prison Life


Rene Rivas Jr's Profile
Age: 40
Location: Huntsville, TX
Total Blog Entries: 4
FEELING THE TIME

You know, I can’t help and wonder what your 1st impression is that you have of me? So if you decide to befriend me, please tell me. As I often wonder if I had a page to receive likes or dislikes of me, what would my photo receive? But since I don’t have that luxury, I’ll use this opportunity to ask, “Like or dislike who you see”? Well, that’s if you decide to write me? Or JPay me? I’d appreciate it if you’d tell me. For now, I’d like to tell you how I do this time and maybe you’ll decide to be nothing more than a friend of mine, or more in the course of time. Whatever it leads to, it’s fine. Well, this is how I've done my…1st doing time affects the soul, body and mind. I know it’s been taking its toll on mine, but I manage by staying busy all the time. But at times it weighs heavy on the mind, especially at mail time. When no one has dropped you a line, that’s when you realize you’re frozen in time, and don’t seem to cross anybody’s mind, nor are you worth their time. Realizing that is the hardest thing when you’re doing your time. You start realizing you’re just like the dead that gets forgotten with time. But that’s the reality of doing time. Well, until next time…




spacer
Visit our sponsors
Visit our sponsors

2000-2018 WriteAPrisoner.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Must be 18 to be viewing this website and have read our Terms of Service.