While reading an article about losing the last of our worlds Holocaust survivors, I was struck by many similarities with the police proactive stings. Phrases like 'all the same vices and weaknesses as today’s young people', 'neither heroes nor monsters', 'pride turn into self-righteousness', and 'fake news'. Now I am not saying, in any way, … Continue reading Lessons not learned
Today is looking up, at least on the outside of things. Jace has a new Parole Officer. Her name is Heather Day. I met Heather the day I met Jace last Parole Officer, Sloan Krueger. Sloan was not very friendly, which is fine but not necessary. Heather, on that day, gave me more logical, practical … Continue reading Just another Day?
The ad read "Copier Technician Apprentice/Intern". I received a quick reply to my mostly blank resume. I did not want the large gaping missing time frame of prison to be the first thing prospective employers questioned. An appointment was set for the following Monday at 10a.m. I arrived at 9:45. The interview started out as … Continue reading Getting a J.O.B.
Thank you all for your congratulations and warm wishes to Jace for his recent return. He is doing well, all things considered. He met with his Parole Officer, Sloan, for the first time. One of Jace numerous restrictions is a blanket 'no internet'. Jace, being my son and cut from my cloth said, OK - … Continue reading The art of 'no internet'
Thursday Morning, January 2nd, 6 a.m. I am awake and thinking of my son's release from prison. Today is day 589. The day I have been waiting for since they removed my son from my arms in the courtroom. The day the corrupt judge, prosecutors, and police officers, decided to twist the law to their … Continue reading "We have bad news"