Mercy Seat: Keep It Warm For Me

Lindon Claridge Lindon 4 Comments

During the preceding months before I came to prison I was staying with my mother under her care. It was a stressful atmosphere for both of us, since at this time we had been running in and out of the courtroom on many occasions. On one such afternoon when neither of us had to work, and court was not scheduled, we decided to go on …

Let The Miracles Flow

Michael Claridge Michael 4 Comments

My son Levi married his sweetheart this last week. I asked him how the day went, and his response was, “It was perfect.” I have to agree; it was a perfect day. There were several miracles that happened leading up to, and on the day that made it especially perfect for me. Interestingly enough this post is a continuation of the “Let” post I wrote …

The Lesson We Each Must Learn About Our God

Lindon Claridge Lindon 1 Comment

“The Lesson” Part I EXIT. The voluminous box that haunts my every waking moment has leaked itself into my dreams, painting them with a yearning to escape this living torture. EXIT. My bunk is located in the very back corner of the block, right next to “the big red door.” By law, there is supposed to be a fire exit in each prison housing unit, …