Monthly Archives: November 2016

Felony Murder Rule

“Not enough people take a stand against Felony Murder Regulations. Other counties have far better justice systems. The US has lead our citizens to believe we are the greatest when in reality we are only the greatest at getting away … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

I saw this online from¬†ICAN (Incarcerated Children’s Advocacy Network) today and it struck me… “Tonight, take a moment to remember all of the innocent men and women who are in prison for crimes they did not commit. For them, there … Continue reading

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REACH Program Day

Recently I was afforded the opportunity to join a new program here at Corcoran called REACH: Rehabilitation Education and Creating Hope. This is a special program designed to steer teens away from poor lifestyle¬† choices that would lead to prison. … Continue reading

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Emelia’s Christmas Gift to Sean

This year I wanted to do something unique and meaningful for Christmas for Sean. It will be our 4th Christmas together, the 3rd one I will be spending inside the visit room on Christmas Eve & Christmas day. I am … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

“…Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.” 1 COR 13:8 I literally found a bookmark today on the ground that had this Bible verse. It made me think of writing the … Continue reading

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