Moises Pacheco/ Emerging Successfully From Prison

June 18, 2012 If I can continue to self educate myself like I have been the past 4 months, by improving myself spiritually, physically and mentally, so that I can come out being a better husband, father and community leader, I will feel like I have achieved something when I get out of here. I… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – June 4, 2012

June 4, 2012 Just as I expected, the days gone by fast, right after breakfast, they walked us to an area to get fingerprinted. You can never have too many fingerprints I guess. Then I sat and waited to get a physical and talk to classification, but the line was so long that they had… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – June 3, 2012

June 3, 2012 Well it’s been another long day, me and my bunkie just started talking.  He’s a nice guy, it’s just that before now, the power of being in prison, weighing down our mind and body left us with saying nothing more than excuse me to each other in this tiny little cell. I… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – June 1, 2012

June 1, 2012 Today isTaylor’s birthday; I hope he has a very happy seventh birthday. I just got back from med call, then straight to breakfast. They only gave me one of many pills I take and I can definitely feel it. I have a peptic ulcer that I still haven’t gotten my meds for… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 31, 2012

May 31, 2012 Today is my first day in CRC, the day before my son Taylor’s birthday. The last time I was locked up was June 1, 2009,Taylor’s fourth birthday. Tomorrow he turns seven. I’m very sad to miss it. This is just one more reason why I will continue to strive for greatness, pushing… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 30, 2012

May 30, 2012 Yes I’m here another day! My mother surprised me with a visit last night. It was great to see her face. Next time I am able to see her I will have the ability give her a big hug. Today is also haircut day. I sure hope they put me on the… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 29, 2012

May 29, 2012 Well today is the day, I already know what my sentences, but I just can’t help being nervous. I’m reading my letter to the judge, in court, in front of, around 50 to 75 people. This will make absolutely no difference on how much time the judge will sentence me to five… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 28, 2012

May 28, 2012 I finally got a hold of my son Taylor. It was great to hear his voice, but I hated having to tell him I’ll be going to prison for a while. I was a little frustrated, trying to say just a few words to his mother, Maria, but she refused to get… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 20, 2012

May 20, 2012 5 AM, I am always up extra early on Sundays, eager and excited to spend time with my mother. Just like a kid on Christmas morning. Speaking of kids, that’s another thing that I have to look forward to when going to prison. Contact visitation, no more looking through dirty, scratched up,… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 19, 2012

May 19, 2012 When I first get to CRC which is the Classification Reception Center that all prisoners go to in order to be assessed both physically and mentally before being sent to the parent institution, I might not have the opportunity keep up with my blogs every day. Upon entering CRC they put us… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 18, 2012

May 18, 2012 My son Taylor’s birthday is on June 1. I might be in transition from here to prison and I might not get his card to him on time. So, I’m going to work on it today, I’m also going to write a letter to Maria,Taylor’s mother and asked her to give him… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 17, 2012

May 17, 2012 A man that I grew close to after a few months together, in the same cell, named Casey, wrote me back today from prison. We’ve written to each other a few times since he left here to serve six years in prison. I’m going to write a letter back to him today,… Read More


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