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Yoko_morimoto Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago.   Favorite
This is cool

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Erne2017SPO-T Posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago.   Favorite
5 Jan 2019

Just received your xmas card. Thank you WG It was post marked 28 Dec. That is unusual comm lag for mail from MCSP to my house.

I see you posted this course before it was graded and certed? What is going on my friend. ??
Is this your way to get me to post on BtB? ML Erne

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Nataliebauguess87 Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago.   Favorite
I love u daddy u are my hero and my inspiration
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Nataliebauguess87 Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago.   Favorite
I love you and miss u soooo much

Love always daddys gurl natalie bauguess

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danielle Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago.   Favorite
Prison life is like living in a fish bowl. These things and situations might sound outrageous on the outside, but when you're stuck with people you do not choose to be around in a place you do not want to be in.... the small things seem like big ones. I have a tendency of cutting people out of my life at the first sign of betrayal... even just a whiff of betrayal and I'm already putting up my walls and cutting people out of my life. My advice to you, reflect on your relationships and feelings and actions. Your decisions are yours alone to make, and there's no need to apologize or explain yourself ( I get that this is a blog and that's kind of the purpose, but you get my drift? You are grown and don't have to answer to anyone about your feelings and relationships.) I hope you find peace in your surroundings; and find people that make you feel loved and happy and safe!

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Demetrics McCauley Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago.   Favorite
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FatherJohn Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago.   Favorite
James...there are some photographs of old ships available free on my search engine.

If you post a current snail mail address....I could send you a few.

I remain, John Pfister

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hjordisa Posted 3 weeks ago.   Favorite
You know I don't really think you're being too harsh with Lee, right? I think he's probably doing the best he knows how, but you don't need to defend cutting off a friendship (or more). That you think you'll be happier without him is enough of a reason on its own. Do what's best for you. :)
Sorry about your cellie. Distracting noise is one of the hardest things for me to deal with...
Happy holidays, take care.

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danielle Posted 3 weeks ago.   Favorite
Everyone deserves the opportunity for redemption. We are all more than our crimes! Even in our darkest days we need to remind ourselves of that. We can all do better if we reflect on our actions and use the proper channels to learn to cope and be better than we were before. Here's to hoping you get the second chance we all deserve!

danielle Posted 3 weeks ago.   Favorite
WOW. this is so profound! I went through the same type of doubt about god and religion when I was in my teens. I grew up in a semi-religious household. My siblings still go to church these days. I however do not. It is my belief that I don't need church or bibles to have a personal relationship with God. Sure, I pray every night with my husband and son.... I want to introduce my child (and husband for that matter) to the loving God that I know. And to teach them that praying to god doesn't need to follow some format with fancy words and ritualistic gestures... hands clasped, head down, tithing every week to the church. Sure, church is great for some. But I am of the belief system that I don't need to go to church to foster a relationship with God. He is all around us, he is everywhere. I talk to him whenever I need to. Simply put, like I said to my 5 year old son, "praying is a fancy word for talking to god. You can do it anywhere, out loud or in your head. God loves you just the way you are, just talk to him once in a while". Your writing style is so beautiful and clear. I really enjoyed reading this!

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