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Raymond Hobbs Jr #972860

Raymond Hobbs

4/23/2020

Decisions!!  For as long as I have been in this crapper I really haven't sat down and thought about what I want to do once I get out for a living, but ever since I have gotten into single digits, it's been on my mind a lot more.  I really did like the fact that all I thought about was what I was gonna eat once I got out.  That is simple.  I want to spend about 3 hours at IHOP eating pancakes, eggs, bacon, and hopefully they have good coffee, well I do not know because I have never been to IHOP - so hopefully they do.  :>)     And later that day, I need to go to Dairy Queen and get me an ice cream cake.   I have been dreaming of that for so long that its’ crazy.   I hear the saying goes, do what you love and you will never work a day in your life.   There are two things I love to do.  I really enjoy baking desserts.   I learned it at the Penitentiary and I absolutely loved it.   It's watching someone smile and say “That is so good.”   What a great feeling one can get from that.  The other thing I thought about was actually brought to my attention by a comrade.  I have always said how bad I want to be able to get me another Rottweiler dog once I get out and I'm in a good position to do so.  So, one day while out on the big yard walking laps, my comrade mentioned why not opening up a dog walking business or getting a dog kennel for rescue dogs or breeding Rottweiler dogs for house pets.  I really do like this idea a lot, and my love for dogs is off the hook.  I grew up having dogs when I was just a pup myself and it sucks being in this crapper and not having a dog at your side.   So, these decisions are really at the forefront of my mind and have been like a bad wedge.

 

 

 

 

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About Raymond

Astrological sign:
Cancer
Willing to correspond outside of the U.S.:
Yes
Photo verified by WriteAPrisoner.com:
No
Birth date:
7/7/1971 (age 48)
Eyes:
Brown
Hair:
Black
Hometown:
Tacoma, WA
Marital status:
Divorced
Race:
Caucasian
Interested in furthering their education:
No
Seeking prayer partners:
No
Seeking legal help:
No
Gender:
Male
Sexual orientation:
Straight
Institutional email:
Profile starts on:
11/19/2019
Profile ends on:
11/19/2020

Incarceration Information

Earliest release date:
10/9/2028
Latest release date:
2034
On death row:
No
Incarcerated since:
1/1/1993
Serving life sentence:
No
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Lincoln High School
Tacoma, WA

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