Happy Easter!

I woke up today remembering all those Easter mornings as a child. My sister and I would rush downstairs, our eyes filled with excitement when we saw our Easter baskets packed with candy and toys.

Our amazing parents went above and beyond every year. They used to take us to Easter egg hunts. It was so much fun. I remember running up the hill, picking up as many eggs as possible, throwing them into my basket.

Then, when the hunt was over, we’d go home and have a family dinner together. I miss those family dinners.

Growing up my siblings and I were taught that family was everything, and I cherish each and every moment we spent together.

I hope everyone is having an amazing Easter, spending time with those you love. The memories you create will last a lifetime.

It’s Riding Season!

It’s riding season! Who’s excited?

I remember the days when I was able to take off on my Harley and cruise down the highway at 100 miles/hour. I miss it—miss the wind blowing in my face and the feeling a freedom. Sitting in here, locked up in prison, I do a lot of remembering (and thinking). Riding was my go to thing anytime I needed to relax. It gave me a chance to clear my head from the daily struggles of life, and I truly miss it. I can’t wait to get back on my bike again.

I want to give a shout out to all those hardcore bikers out there. Party hard and ride fast.

L&R,
Swag

Random Quote

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Karma Bitch. (2017, March 10).Retrieved from
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This was the quote that was read to me when I called home from prison today, and I wanted to take a moment to share it because it really hit me.

As a man, I believe we need to respect our women 100% and show them how truly special they are on a daily basis. If she’s the right one, she’ll appreciate what you do, and she’ll show you.

I hope everyone knows that their soulmate is out there. If you haven’t found him/her yet, one day you will.

Random Thoughts

The past year has been life changing for me. I’ve tried to stay positive while being in prison, which at times, was very hard to do. I’ve used my time to write, which quickly became one of my passions, and now, I’m slowly trying to turn this passion into a career as an author.

I’m three days away from releasing my very first book. I’m excited but also a little nervous. Doing all of this while still locked up is extremely hard and I’d like to say thank you to everyone who has been supportive of my new venture. I also want to give special thanks to someone who became my best friend. (You know who you are.) You made me believe in myself and without you, this wouldn’t be possible. Thank you so much.

I can’t wait for you all to read Wildest Dreams and Deepest Desires, Volume 1. I hope you all enjoy it!