INMATE BLOGGER

Thank You, Suzie!

“hello suzie, thank you for everything you do for us, I love blogging so much! its such a therapeutic outlet.” -Angelo Vasquez

“THANK YOU for all that you do for us and our families. So many family members get to hear our messages and it’s because of your efforts and works that enables them to do so. I hope that you are told on a constant basis that you’re appreciated greatly. Keep up the wonderful works.” -James Dewitt

“Thank you… Services like these definitely help us increase our rehabilitation and provide us with a way to let out pent up energy.” -Sean Steele

“I just wanted to thank you for the opportunity you are presenting for those in this struggle. It takes a very passionate person to dedicate themselves to a cause such as this one. Most of us don’t even have the support from those we’ve known most of our live’s.” -Derrick Harris

“Thank you for the opportunity to be able to write my thoughts on your blog site.” – Dean Giacomo

“Thank you for the forum, sometimes there are moments when clearing my thoughts is the healthiest option for me. Also its nice to think that maybe someone will read what I wrote & perhaps experience a new thought or emotion.” -Michael Ketcham

“Thank u for your time and hard work.” -Anthony Waters

“Thank you to Ms. Suzie for given us inside an outlet to connect with the world. Its Highly Appreciated.” -Nakeem Williams

“Ms. Bosko, I am very thankful of you creating the http://www.InmatBlogger.com Web site. I love to write!! And I never really knew how to keep a journal but with the this blogging and knowing that people read it, makes it easier to do something like a journal and I just want to thank you….So thank you!!!” -Adam Hudson

“What you do is important to people on the inside.” -Jason Parr

“I’m a person who believes that nothing in life can be accomplished without communication and networking. So I have a great appreciation for http://www.InmateBlogger.com for providing a platform for us to showcase our selves, our concerns and our talents, in hopes that we may become a part of something great.” -Rico Comer

“i truly appreciate the opportunity to be heard (real-talk). all too often we simply suffer in silence as the dehumanization persist.” -Fayyaadh Harris

“This morning is going to be about appreciation… appreciation for a woman. …It was Suzie who reached out to me, as I traveled through dark days. And it was Suzie, who told me that my message on Write A Prisoner, showed potential. And again it was Suzie, who invited me to create a platform on her site http://www.inmateblogger.com. THANK YOU SUZIE. YOU ARE A BLESSING. YOU BELIEVED IN ME WHEN EVEN MY OWN MOTHER COULDNT… thank you.” -Tony Lewis

“Thank you for what you are doing.” -David Fegley

“I thank you Suzie…You are a trailblazer who brings strength…Breaking down walls of separation that will give a better understanding of who we are as individual’s…you are a true humanitarian…. Thank you…” -Micheal Roston

“I appreciate the invite and opportunity to share traces of my thoughts with the world on your site. Thank you.” -Dante Reese

“I Wanna Thank You For Giving Me The Chance To Let The World Know What Goes On In My Head , I Wish I Would Have Been Known About Your Website Because I Be Having So Much On My Mind That I Be Needing To Get Off My Chest But Alotta People I Be Venting To Don’t Understand The Way My Thoughts Are , But With You Giving Me The Chance To Tell World I Know There’s Someone Out There That Look At Things How I Do , Its Time For My Voice To Be Heard. Thanks Again.” -Edward McMillan

“Dear Suzie, Glad you are still running the site. Thank you again for giving us a voice.” -Mark Blain

 

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“Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” Hebrews 13-3

 

 

7 replies »

  1. May the Lord God bless you for doing this for them. They are someone’s children, they have feelings like us, the have regrets like us. In a split second we could be one of them. I will be praying for them amidst the fact that I have so much problems encountering. The Bible says a man that is born of a woman is of a few days and full of trouble. May God grant us peace and joy in the times of trouble.
    May the Lord Jesus Christ enlighten the inmates to know their true purpose here on earth. May the bars of the prison be released in due time so they can arise and fulfill their God given purpose.
    Blessings. Blessings. Blessings

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