Thank you for writing and for the happy birthday letter. They let me use a tablet where I can view your letter as an email, but I have to pay money to use the tablet longer than 15 minutes. It seems illegal and I find it very annoying. I have not fully read your letter yet, but I did notice some Mennonites and Amish writings and a reference to help poetic a certain verse is when it is red and Greek.
I “caught chain” (as they say) and rode to Pennsylvania, flew to Oklahoma and after 3 or 4 days road to Texas. In Oklahoma I refused to take the Covid test and was locked in a Pittsfield closet for five hours. It was an excellent opportunity to share the gospel of Christ with the garbage. I was also celebrating the feast of unleavened bread on Passover (as best I could).
Now I am in limestone detention Center, with a small pod of paisa (or Mexicans). I work on my art and learn Spanish. I am really out of shape so I am working out and trying to watch what I eat. The food is much better here and the staff is more respectful. The phones are more expensive and I share a toilet with 14 guys.
I hope this letter finds you doing well. God bless and keep you and yours✝️
A mask “LIES” 😷
Life in Christ (a rose blooming)
Death in sin (a skull)
an origami dove and cross✝️
📬 Garret Miller
Limestone County Detention Center
2830 S Hulen St
Ft Worth TX 76109
Tim Rivers - A Native of Florida, Tim is a retired IT engineer and writer. With an early background in TV and broadcasting, he found a joy in writing for its own sake, whether it was fictional or technical works. Tim and his wife Terri live in the beauty of the Florida Nature coast and enjoy exploring its natural wonders. Today he provides a voice to the Silenced through his Telegram Channel, The American Gulag Chronicles and speaks out for equal Justice and Liberty in America.