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Hi.

Thank you, Dark Sky Circle, so much for getting right back to me.

It’s 6:12am and I’m waiting for count. I just finished my readings that I do every morning: Daily Bread, Daily Reflections, As Bill Sees It. This morning there is a Big Book meeting that just started where and outsider comes in.

We don’t get the new catalog for the care packages until the end of next month and then I’d have to fill the order sheet out and you guys would call it in, but you’d need a credit card. But we do have a really good commissary and, I don’t have any fines or restitution.

The reason why I didn’t want to do county time at Kennebec County is because the food is awful, the guards are cocky, and the place was filthy. Sheriff Liberty runs a dirty little operation.

Love,

Miss Linda

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Sorry that it took so long for me to write back.  Thank you for the list of books, but I asked the officer about sending in for the books you rfedcommended and she said she wasn’t sure abourt having those books sent in.

Well, I’ve got a lot of time, hanging. Nine years with four years probation.  I was at the prison for three weeks bgeroer I came to pre-release.  I”m so mucdh happier here 0 akit if freedinm smoke ciggarettes, food is so much better.

I’m going to four A.A. meetings (in=house) a week, and I”m starting to take classes.  I’m truing to get on Mark’s crew to the animal shelter, and I’m going to start working with mental health.

This place is so spotless.  Windham Prison is so bad with Val.  She says it’s her prison and she’ll run it her way.  And the level system really sucked.  The officers here treat you sooooo good (respect.)

Well, I’d really love to hear back from you soon.

Miss LInda

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