Days since my release from 26 years in prison: 107
Time I woke: 4:00
Journal of activities:
I’m very pleased to have completed another round of editing for a manuscript I wrote about my friend Lee Nobmann. I’ve edited this manuscript several times. It tells the story of his incredible career in building an extraordinary company and an extraordinary family. Each time I’ve edited the book, I’ve had to wait for his review. I’d like to print this book before the end of this year, so I’m hoping he will set aside time to read through the work once again. I need him to provide me with photographs, then I will advance the book into production.
After completing the editing project, I drove to Santa Rosa to meet with three probation officer. Christine has been the probation officer assigned to my case since my release. She has been very supportive of my work. But Christine will retire at the end of this year, so I asked for a meeting with her supervisor and the new probation officer who will be assigned to my case. The three of us sat together so that I could discuss the work that I do. As long as I’m transparent, continuing to show my probation officers the nature of my work, the probation officers assured me that I would not have any problems moving forward. I will write out a detailed plan and submit the plan with my monthly report by the end of this month.
- Time: No exercise
- Lenght of time: No exercise
- Miles run today: 0
- Weather: Beautiful and sunny in Petaluma
- Consecutive days: 0
- Cumulative miles since day off: 0
- Pushups today: 0
- Cumulative pushups for month: 0
- Annual marathon tally: 10
God has opens new opportunities every day, and I say a prayer of thanks for the blessings that I receive. Today is no different. I make further progress toward my successful reintegration with society every time I take another incremental step toward building my business. I am so thankful that this work brings meaning to my life.
Today I met with three federal probation officers in Santa Rosa. Later, I had dinner with my friend Lee Nobmann.
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