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How to Survive your Husband Being Arrested on Serious Charges

First off, if you are reading this as a new inmate wife, I am so sorry! You are absolutely not alone and you absolutely can do this! 1,127 more words


Pent Up Grief

To say we’re doing time is a bit of a misnomer. It’s the absence of time, or the prosaic measure of it, that is being served. 594 more words


David's Heart Part V.3 - By Michael Holmberg

Past and Current Failures

10. In November 2015 several prominent Seattle Civil Attorneys filed a Civil Complaint in the U.S. District Court Western District of Washington against the Chief Medical Officer for the WDOC, G. 898 more words


Hard Outer Shells and a Delicious Seed

Probably like you, I like nuts  A nut is encased in a hard outer shell but the seed inside is softer, edible and tasty.  Most of the nuts we enjoy have protein, healthy fats, important nutrients, and most importantly, energy.   337 more words


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Standing in the Gap-poetry by LDW

Repost from 12/8/17

Standing in the Gap

We don’t serve a nameless stone. We serve the God who always leads us home.

Sometimes we get lost along the way. 334 more words


Many Mistakes-poetry by J♥️of LDW

Many Mistakes – by J♥️

Many mistakes have I made through out my life and walk on this earth as a man

A self destructive manipulator, a user, and an abuser are the things that I truly am. 165 more words


Segregating prisoners costs taxpayers up to 10 times amount for other inmates: report

Canada’s federal prisons housed an average of 14,310 inmates last year, a report tabled Thursday in Parliament reveals, with the cost associated with each one of them varying widely depending on the type of inmate and whether they were placed in segregation. 406 more words