About Me

I write about stuff.

It doesn’t matter how strong your opinions are on something. To stay silent does nothing to bring about change. If you don’t use your voice, your power, your abilities for positive change, then you are a part of the problem.

I write about things that many may or may not agree with, I believe it is important to start the discussion and bring light upon things not everyone knows about.

I write about a variety of issues. I also welcome others to share their writings/issues with me for this blog. I welcome all comments and discussions regarding any of the issues I share on this blog.

I share about the topics that matter to me and interest me; laws that effect Alaskans, sex worker rights, incarcerated individuals rights, what it is like to be incarcerated, the discrepancy of women dealing with sentencing, probation, and parole as well as incarceration. I am a true idealist in that anyone not happy with how the system works is able to make a change. I know, rainbows and unicorns.

I began this blog in 2017 after I was released from Glenwood Center and able to do the rest of my time on electronic monitoring (ankle bracelet and limited movement – work – church – 4 hours out a week to grocery shop/errands) as a way to do something with the frustrations I > and others, have felt < while we were essentially deemed hopeless or powerless.

The most common way a person gives up their power is by believing they don’t have any. – Alice Walker

I won’t believe that I can’t do something because someone says so.

I think each of us can contribute and voice their own opinions. Even if I disagree, I will always support an individual’s right to have an opinion.

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