April 17, 2011

Dear Reader

by Keith S. Gary


Dear readers,

Nice to meet you. But first and foremost, I hope that this scribe finds one well in the best of spirits and physical health. I'd also like to thank you for just taking time out of your day and/or busy schedule to be concerned enough to see what is going on in my mundane and, at times, draconian life. Gratitude!

Under normal circumstances, appearance and communication are the key in casual encounters. So I certainly could understand any precautionary concerns you may have due to the hype that has been placed upon prisoners by society as a whole. The judicial and penal authorities too. I'm just a man who has made some poor decisions because of circumstances. I'm paying what is due of me. Once this ordeal is paid in full, I plan to move forward on the straight path without bitterness in my heart and with much perseverance. Along this journey, aim to redefine my life, friends, and influences into a more broader and positive prospective. Hopefully, you will be one of the inspiring catalysts to this effect.

Nevertheless, while my government (legal) name is Keith, friends and acquaintances call me Stone. I'm 5'9", 195 pounds, and I'm 41 years old. That is me you're seeing in the posted photograph. I was born and raised in Chicago, but I had been residing in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) for 13 years prior to my incarceration here in the state of Wisconsin in 2005. Long story if you care to hear it.

Well, I'll close here. But I hope that you'll give this opportunity of our encounter to unfold into a beautiful friendship. If you reach back as i have reached out to you, I assure you, you will not be disappointed.

Sincerely and kind regards,

P.S. Please write to me at the foregoing address:

Keith Gary #492179-A
Waupun Correctional Institution
P.O. Box 351
Waupun, Wisconsin 53965-0351


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VLGayles Posted 9 years, 6 months ago. ✓ Mailed 9 years, 6 months ago   Favorite
I hope you are doing well and you have gotten your life together. I felt betrayed when you decided to marry that woman, the plan was for you to stay out, but apparently she didn't have the where with all to tell you no, or let you know that what you were doing was messed up. Your friend as always. Vicki

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