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Federal Prison Advice Blogs
A Christmas Miracle It is still completely unreal to me that I am home for the holidays! When I first surrendered to the federal prison camp at Taft...read more
"Reentry" really could not be going any better! I am enjoying every aspect of daily life and am so incredibly grateful to be free and to be able to enjoy all the little things I missed while I was away. I know it’s a bit of a cliché but I kind of feel like Dorothy...read more
I'm home! I'm home! I'm home!!! I know many of those who receive my blog posts know that I was released on November 28 but I think it bears repeating, don't you? The last several days have been a whirlwind. You may recall that my sentence was due to end on May 21,...read more
Greetings from Oklahoma City! September 16, 2017 It has been a little over a month since I testified in Austin and I have only made it back to Oklahoma! I am writing this from the Bureau of Prisons transfer center at the Oklahoma City airport. This is the first BOP...read more
Next phase of the journey August 15, 2017 I think I'm done. I hope I am; with testifying, with ArthroCare, with reliving the past. I also thought I was done last time, in 2014. But I wasn't. So instead of relieved, I am mostly ambivalent. I wasn't scheduled to testify...read more
Accepting what is. August 1, 2017 Probably the most significant development since I last wrote is that, after 10 days I finally gave up trying to move cells and just accepted that my entire stay here will be in the “psycho ward”. A few days ago, I was walking back...read more