Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 6, 2012

Sunday, May 6, 2012 Today is Sunday and I always look forward to Sundays.  This is usually the day my mom picks to come visit me.   She always brightens my day when I see her warm loving smile. I just got back from a wonderful visit with my beautiful mother.  The hour that we spend… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 5, 2012

May 5, 2012 I haven’t written a whole lot in my journal this week.  I’ve seen a lot of people come and go.   The bed space fills much quicker in here as the weather gets warmer.  Not only that, but there has been a lot of fighting lately and the fighters get switched out with… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 4, 2012

May 4, 2012 Speaking with my mother on the phone always helps me out.  She tries her best to bring my life back into perspective.  I need to find new healthy, trust worthy friends that I can confide in.  Although telling my mother how down I am brings me up, I know that it’s at… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 3, 2012

May 3, 2012 I am so ready to go to prison and do my time, whatever time that may be.  I can’t stand it in here!  There is always someone awake and annoying now.  It’s difficult to complete tasks.  I have nothing new to read other than the Lord’s word.  I feel stagnant, but I… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 2, 2012

May 2, 2012 I’m glad that I have a few valuable traits to bring to the table.  Without the ability to draw nice cards, family portraits and being a fairly decent speller, along with my non-confrontational personality, I would have been moved many times over.  A few of the ‘white boys’ have been put on… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – May 1, 2012

May 1, 2012 I slept the rest of the evening last night after the racial argument settled.  Today, after my morning routine, I spent the duration of the day making Mother’s Day cards for many individuals in here before it’s too late for them to get it to their mothers. It’s 6 pm, I just… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – April 30, 2012

April 30, 2012 I finished my daily readings and workouts this morning.  I’m still waiting on some more Joel Osteen’s book in the mail via my mother and father.  I have a book that I was able to obtain on writing that I have truly enjoyed in honing my writing skills to prepare for my… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – April 29, 2012

Sunday 4-29-2012 It’s been a very long morning.  I was stuck in the medical area again from 8Am to about 12AM.  Fortunately Taylor was still at my parents’ house and I still had an opportunity to talk to him.  He’s a character!  I love talking to him even though our conversations are always short, I… Read More

Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal Entry – April 28, 2012

Saturday 4-28-12 Not much going on here. Finished my daily workout (mainly push-ups).  Did some background art work on another letter that I just finished for Caitlin. It’s a normal day of un-occurring problems.  This is, in my opinion, a good thing. My parents are taking my son Taylor to the Circus tomorrow.  My mother… Read More

Colin Walsh/ Personal Journal Entry

Blog: May 17, 2012 Yesterday, as I was sitting in my cube studying, a bald headed man came storming in proclaiming. “Yo, guess what. I took the pre GED test and the teacher told me, in front of the entire class, that the essay I wrote was the best in the class.” I wasn’t surprised…. Read More

John Broman/ Personal Journal Entry

5/16/2012    2pm I just got out of the sweatlodge with the native americans. it was my 2nd time, but last week my mind wasn’t right. I wasn’t ready for what i was going into. I didn’t have a chance to meditate and get my mind right. Today, i got to do all those things and… Read More

Phillip Jamison/ Personal Journal Entry: Weekly Blog

May 13, 2012 Weekly Blog:  This has been another successful, weekly journey through imprisonment.  I have one more week of orientation at the Residential Drug Addition Program.  Than I’ll be moving into the next module known as “Rational thinking.”  I’ve managed to survive the first 8 weeks of RDAP without making any mistakes, nor getting… Read More


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