I did some house cleaning. A little redecorating around here, can ya tell?
I know, a prison reform blog that is all pink and sparkly is a little odd but I like it. It fis my personality and we can all count our blessings that I dont have a big ol' Hello Kitty on here somewhere.
NNow that I finaly finished this huge writing assignment for my online content job (thanks Nikki)I can get back to my book for a few.
I wrote a letter to Michelle Byroms son. He is actually in Parchman, the Mississippi prison that has been making headlines for its horrendous conditions.
I also wrote another letter to federal inmate Angela Johnson. She seems like such a neat lady. She made me this really beautiful card, I was amazed.
Lastly, I sent a copy of the Florida Support newsletter to Kimberley McCarthy.
I miss Kim. I really enjoyed writing to her. She used to be married to the leader of the Black Panthers at one time. She is convicted of killing her elderly neighbor inan atmpt to find drug money. I wonder where she is on her appeals. There was some reason to believe that her dealer had done it. I cant remember all her details now. She stopped writing to me or returning my etters eary ast year. I think it is becuse I never sent her any money. I had sent her books and magazines and she only complained that I should have asked her first because she already had a copy. So now I only send her the newsletters and books periodically.
Today I will get my house (my real actual home!)clean and prepare another newsletter to go out. I think I will write to Wendi Adriano. I wrote to Nicole Diar last week and am curious to see if she writes back.
I had a wahm site up for the last year. Managed Mayhem. I loved helping mommies find work at home but the site that hosted it was constantly giving me problems and so Ive decided to move it to good ol blogger. Ill keep you updated.
Please keep in mind that this blog often has comments and statements directly from the women on death row. Statements of grief, statements of innocence, statements of regret and sorrow. If bearing audience to these women's feelings, my opinions or those of commenters offends you please do not read on.
What You'll Find Here
I write to, for and about female criminals. I write about the ones I believe are innocent, the liars and even the killers. Most of them are on death row or serving life without parole. They provide artwork, essays and poems to this blog and I provide them with books, magazines, correspondence classes, help for their families and personal hygiene items.