Quincy, FL 32351
How are you?
As for me? Well I'm okay, I had an awesome day today. Let me
explain --> I use to live in Charlie dorm (this is the dorm
were the dogs are housed). Then 3 months ago I was classified into
the RTU program which stands for Residental Treatment Unit. So,
what happend was I had to leave Charlie dorm and move into
another dorm to complete a 6 month drug and alcohol treatment
program, really? I mean after being incarcerated for 14 years
I have recieved my:
CDL commercial drivers license
Plus I have trained 8 dogs, 2 of them were service dogs.
I honestly didnt think I would need any help I mean HELLO!
I've been incarcerated for 14 years! So, when I found out 3
months ago that I was coming to the treatment dorm I had
a dog a lab whom I was training to be a fulltime
service dog. When I was classified out to be a fulltime
resident in the treatment program I had to leave the beautiful lab that
I have been training for 5 months. He never learned the speak command
(bark on command) due to the fact that he would never bark. I get
to see him almost every day but sometimes its a couple days here and
there that I dont get to see him on those days when I finally do
see Brodie (thats his name --> Brodie) he jumps all around very happy
to see me.
Well, he seen me today and let me just say he was
so happy to see me. As I walked away --> he started
So, as long as rec is open tomorrow I am going
to teach him the speak command. I miss him so much!
He's only across the compound but when your locked up its
amazing how much pride you can get from watching your
dog learn and grow.
So, YES! Today was an awesome day and tomorrow
well tomorrow will be even better.
I hope I hear from someone if not thats okay
too. I know that I have a little journal that I am
starting here and in 8 months for the first time I will be
free and I can have the opportinty to get on
the computer and see what I wrote. Be good!
Mischelle Wilburn L11750
F2 7 Lower 6CF
6044 Greensboro Hwy
2016 may 31
2016 may 4
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2016 feb 25