My name is Lucero Diego. I’ve been locked up for 9 years now. I’m 29 years old. I’ve been down since I was 19. I really didn’t live life out there so I would like to know more about the world out there. Being in prison made me realize alot of things like not taking family and freedom for granted.
I’m wondering what anew life could possibly look like thru anew lens of exploring life at a better quality of appreciation and acceptance of no longer looking backwards nor over my shoulder. Is life becoming your new? Then let’s go on some ventures together?
Lucero Diego #WB0150
16756 Chino. Corona RD.
Categories: Lucero Diego
Gosh, you are still so young and have already spent so many years locked up! It’s hard for me to imagine what it must be like. As I sit and read your post and type my comment I am looking out my window at a sunny blue sky and the green of the trees in my autumn garden. The leaves are starting to turn the rustic colours of autumn in preparation for the plants’ winter hibernation. It is a mild mid twenties (centigrade) with just a hint of breeze. I can hear the call of birds and my little dog lies sleeping at my feet snuffling and snorting in her dream play. My window has no prison bars and I am free to come and go as I please. I hope you too will have that in your life.