The Two Day Shakedown

    On Thursday December 1st, DOC spent $18K to shakedown two units. DOC brought extra guards in by the buss load! Literally. The first unit they hit was G UNIT. The dog program is in that unit. So at about 10 am, a guard brought me Sam from G UNIT. Sam is a two … Continue reading The Two Day Shakedown

Coping With Prison Life

    A lot has been going on. I do my best to remain positive and stay upbeat. But I must admit, sometimes it's super hard. Back in August I was on a softball team that was argumentive, disorganized, and dysfunctional. So I quit. Soon after I quit, I hear a knock on my cell … Continue reading Coping With Prison Life

Getting In The Dog Program

    I was walking across the dayroom heading to the hotshot with a bowl of brown rice, trail mix, fish, diced apple, jalapeno peppers, and a sliced orange. As I walked past the officers station I noticed that the H3 Dog Program Sergeant was here in the H6 Honor Unit. But why? Hmmm...I had a feeling. … Continue reading Getting In The Dog Program

Being Too Loud In The Morning

    Some people just wake up in a bad mood. Especially in prison. So if your celly is a violent felon, you better beware of the things that’ll set him off.   As Tommy wakes up to a new day, he sits up in his bunk. He stretch’s out his arms and yawns. The … Continue reading Being Too Loud In The Morning

Being Persistent Pays Off

    Right now I am writing this blog from the HONOR UNIT!!! The laws of the Universe are ones that cannot error. Once I realized self-consciousness, I then gradually discovered one law after another. As I discovered these laws, I wasted no time setting them in motion. I am on a never-ending journey to … Continue reading Being Persistent Pays Off