Steven Dybvad – Personal Journal – April 26, 2014

by Steven Dybvad

Yesterday I wrote a little bit about a normal day inside prison for me, of course always leaving a few things out, remembering more after already sending out my blog entry. Every morning and night I talk with God, thanking him and praying for my family’s’ safety and security. Every morning I read from a number of daily spiritual readings, including everything from the bible, to alcoholics anonymous, to yoga, and anything else that focusses on improving my mind, body and spirit. I also work hard to keep up with reading all the books and magazine subscriptions that my family and friends send in for me. Right now I’m also working on the final stages of my book that should be available for purchase this summer. The preface to my book, I feel is one of the most important parts, it’s the first thing that people will read, I want it to sound as interesting and intriguing as possible, captivating the attention of the reader enough to want to finish reading the rest of my book. On top of all that, I also keep up correspondence with the many friends, family, and support people that I’ve established throughout my sentence, and my support structure only continues to grow with time. From an active addict with no responsibilities, to a sober man, working each and every day to increase the success of my life and future, it’s easy for me to get overwhelmed with my new life and the responsibilities that come with it.

Leave a Reply


Copyright 2019 The Michael G. Santos Foundation