Prompting Inmate Bloggers Promotes Deeper Thinking

¬†   Blogging is such a great tool for rehabilitation. That is one reason why Suzie and I created Stone City Blog. We want all inmates to have access to this new and effective rehabilitative tool. I'd like to encourage everyone who reads Stone City Blog, to reach out to the bloggers, and prompt them. … Continue reading Prompting Inmate Bloggers Promotes Deeper Thinking

155 Days of Good Time Restored

    Remember my NA series and all those NA Meetings I attended? Well they just now paid off in the form of good time. My release date has been adjusted from 8-9-32 to 3-7-32. I haven't done the math, but according to DOC, that's 155 days! Upon receiving this good news I was also … Continue reading 155 Days of Good Time Restored

Taking The Edge Off Prison Life

    The following¬†poem was written back in June of 1996. Back then I was a drug using, drug selling, violent little badass. I was at Walla Walla, living with Mikey and Jeff. When we were using drugs and smoking joints people use to walk by our cell, look in, and fiend. A lot of … Continue reading Taking The Edge Off Prison Life

STONE CATCHERS: The Alchemist (part 2)

    As you may recall, when I first started to read this book I wanted to throw it against the wall and then roll over and go to sleep. But I refrained and gave it a chance. And boy am I glad I did. This book is giving me things that I'll keep for … Continue reading STONE CATCHERS: The Alchemist (part 2)

STONE CATCHERS: The Alchemist (part 1)

    This book has me conflicted. The message is great. But the delivery of the message sucks. So I'll focus on what I'm getting out of this book as it relates to my journey of becoming a successful, happy, multi-millionaire. The first is HOPE. When ''The Alchemist'' was first published, it only sold two … Continue reading STONE CATCHERS: The Alchemist (part 1)

My Watch Broke

    I was in my cell training for my upcoming EFV's with my wife. I was doing weighted hip thrusters with a 65 pound box on my lap. As I was on my fifth set of fifty, my stomach growled. I finished my set, then looked at my watch to see how much longer … Continue reading My Watch Broke

The Sky Is Beautiful

    This is a poem I wrote 14 years ago in November of 2002. As I go back and read some of my older poems, I contemplate whether or not I should share them. And if I do share them, should I edit them? Naw, I'll just give it to you how it is. … Continue reading The Sky Is Beautiful