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*Please read*

Not only have I’ve learned a lot about myself and what’s important in life during this long journey while being incarcerated, but I’ve overcome a lot. Such as working on overcoming my drug addiction, taking responsibility for my actions, and understanding how to be an overall better person and what I need to do to make sure I never come back to this place again.

I don’t take anyone's time or help for granted. I am extremely grateful for all the support I’ve received from penpals all over the world, as well as love and support from my loved ones. I know hard work and dedication will be the key to my success. By the grace of god, I was able to hire a lawyer. This helped to get my time cut down and I am now eligible for a halfway house in Colorado. I am anxious, excited, but most of all, scared as hell. The thought of getting out of prison at 30 years old, with nothing to my name but a new view on life. It’s scary.

I am asking for any kind of help I can get from this point on. Help with jobs, leads, clothes, getting a cell phone, etc. The easiest way to message me is through the JPAY app. Do it from your heart. Just because someone is in prison asking for your help does not mean that they’re scamming you. Not everyone knows or can even ask for help.

I hope that you can appreciate how raw and honest I am being. I can’t want to meet more amazing people that truly want to help and support me. From the of my heart to yours, I would love to hear from you.

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely, Always,

Mr. Marsell McCullough