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But, follow the rules and life will be alot easier. She was being released..they were happy..were alive and breathing... I had a partner who helped me out and made me feel like a human again. The one thing that hurts the most is I was so far from family they couldn't come see me.

I was only in for 3 months and when I was released we went to walmart the next day. She worked at the library and she would hook me up with magazines and food. I felt bad letting her get attached and I left not even sending her a single letter. They only wrote two letters the whole time I was there.

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I have served time in Rockville Correctional Facility for Women in Indiana.

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I don't know if my story is of use to anyone but I feel the need reach out to those who have questions. I have always felt ashamed and told no one about it. They lived on the cemetery gounds, so I know all about the death industry, how it works. Later about 7 months later I was arrested and charged with 7 counts of theft. I am mad, hurt, glad, and disappointed after all we have been thru together. I was sentenced on March 3, my birthday was march 5. I served 8 do 4 months in Rockville for spitting on a guard in county jail. The judge was new so to make a name for himself and an example out of me he sent me to do time in DOC. I've been there 3 times for fighting but to go to prison was scary.(with a straight face lol) Because it isn't the lifestyle for me makes it not appealing to me..I made the best out of my time (I did the time and didn't let the time do me) I had some horrible days, and I had some really REALLY awesome days..please don't make this into something that's not discouraging. But I can see the revolving door aspect...because sometimes real life can suck and it's just an easier way of living. Granted I had hand me down headphones and watched movies and shows from a small tv screen but man was those movies good!That's why I really wish people like me would come out more about being in prison. We could go outside we could get passes and go to the library and humdingle are ways there. I knew people who got so much money on their books they would have a stock pile and run a store. I met a girl who was doing 30 years for a crack rock the size of a quarter.People who I see everyday would probably be shocked to know that I was in "prison". I will carry my felony conviction for the rest of my life. I (along with my hubby) took over the cemetery when my grandparents retired. Seven families did not receive the monuments they ordered. But now you can see I have been on both sides of the track. I must say I was scared to death, but, looking back, better than county jail. Too much of a story to put on here as it usually is. The stories I could tell about Rockville, shake most people and I'm glad it does.

I had always wanted my own business, so I started this monument company. To make this a little shorter, the judge had it out for me because of the nature of the crime. I did 3 months and 2 years probation as well as community service. The scariest thing is you really don't know anyone unless they were in the same county jail as you. Wondering what your family and friends are doing on the outside. You are constantly thinking and thinking and thinking. but all in all he done me a favor and I am determined to make it on my own. I know I am a good person and that God watches over me so I will be fine.. Gives me a chance to talk about it and do some more healing and most of all, I hope I help someone feel better! If you post to this I will automatically get the email. Angie I will be sentenced on october 23rd to a 2 do 1 sentence.. Wasn't long really, when I look back but you don't think that while your there. I was on a rocky path in life and I needed something to wake me up. The most terrifying thing about DOC is not knowing why people are in. That gets me to one night on my break this girl who was a "Stud" my god she looked just like a boy!I had a song in my head and I was slightly dancing lol I turned slowly to see the camera and I walked out of the frame. I am an artist and did some of my best pieces while I was in there. People who I see everyday would probably be shocked to know that I was in "prison". I will carry my felony conviction for the rest of my life. I (along with my hubby) took over the cemetery when my grandparents retired. Seven families did not receive the monuments they ordered. But now you can see I have been on both sides of the track. There are always individuals that need that helping hand, and sometimes it helps when its a person who has experienced some of what the individual may be going through as you can relate a bit more.