Jason is 45 and incarcerated in the US (CA).
Hi everybody. Thank you for dropping in to check out my page. Wire of Hope presents diverse opportunities for folks to connect and cultivate meaningful friendships, and it’s my wish to meet people who are concerned with the beauty of life despite its hurt. I am an optimistic, positive vibes type of cat, who remains thrilled to be at the helm of this adventure called life. The youthful mistakes and traumas that underlie my incarceration have not pigeonholed or defined me; I’ve used them as signposts on the road to becoming a good, responsible adult. I am fortunate to have chosen the path of rehabilitation and interpersonal growth in prison, and that has caused me to cultivate a set of egalitarian values which keep me on high ground when life’s levees breach. I am grateful I turned out this way. Perhaps we can open up a caring, constructive, nonjudgmental dialogue that keeps us centered around our intrinsic self-worth when life makes that difficult to own. It’s so easy to get swept up in life’s inevitable frustrations, and I believe it is important to build a trustworthy support system to help reel us back into the warmth of knowing how special each of us truly are, and also to clink wine glasses in celebration of life’s resplendent beauty.
I am warm and approachable, not too proud to laugh with you at my own absurdities. I’m fun, funny, full of face-aching belly laughter, a jokester for real. I’m passionate about things I enjoy, especially learning and teaching and going deep when developing friendships. An open mind is the archway to the heavens, so I’m easily drown in by that trait in others. Sadly, prison requires one to stifle certain characteristics, to protect against dangers, but unburdened by the elements of prison life, I am naturally outgoing and assertive. I have goals beyond these walls, and I am full of the determination and talent to achieve them. I hope you and I can bounce our dreams and aspirations off one another and share our opinions.
As a species I believe we are all interconnected and interdependent upon each other, regardless of race and ethnicity. Biological and culture diversity are magnificent things! The rights, safety, opinions, customs, traditions, religions, and value systems of other human beings are sacred things and deserve space and respect. I believe we’re at our best while listening, sharing emotional vulnerabilities, and mirroring the tears of joy and sadness in our friends when life roils them upon its tumultuous seas.
Fatherhood blessed me as an immature 18-year-old, so one of my three kids has made me a young grandparent with the world’s two most adorable grandkids. Goosebumps litter my skin each time I hear the unfettered joy in my grandbabies’ laughter. I also love the smell of freshly cut jasmine, but I prefer the scent of honeysuckle while staring up through swaying trees as branches scratch nature’s sheet music across blue skies. Books are the windows through which I’ve seen the universe from my cage, so reading widely is more than a mistress- it is key to my survival and growth. I am a writer who uses creative prose, poetry, and song writing as the catharsis that grounds me to my own self-worth and the beauty of others. I am naturally a dope dancer who vibes to most musical genres. Fitness and nutrition are stairways that permit me to enjoy the beauty of our planet from mountain tops of appreciation.
With society constantly telling us that something is wrong with the way we look or think, our own self-esteem sometimes seems like stars hidden behind cloudy nights. You will not get that messaging from me, directly or implied. If we connect, then this friendship is a safe space, a haven free of all expectations to live up to all the hideously outdated and cruel societal standards that limit our beauty. If you’re reading this, you’re innately worthy and I care about you, no matter what. You’re dope! Remember that.
I hope you smiled while reading this. I’d be honored to receive a letter from you. We can explore ways in which we might aid each other in the pursuit of happiness. We all deserve happiness after all.
Because I transfer frequently, please be sure to confirm my up-to-date mailing address by visiting the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Inmate Locator. Enter my full name (Jason Scott Harmon) and my correctional ID number (AG2873) and you’ll see my current address. I certainly don’t want to miss or have your mail delayed, and this ensures uninterrupted correspondence.
I see no harm in viewing life as a play where our best scenes are still to come. With the smiles and joy ahead, why look back? Whether or not I interest you enough to reach out to me, I genuinely wish you the world and all its wonders. Ain’t no harm in that. Best Wishes.
• Date of Birth: 10/14/1977 (45 years old)
• Gender: Male
• Marital Status: Single
• Sexual Orientation: Straight
• Race: White
• Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
• Eye Color: Blue
• Hair Color: Brown
• Height: 6 ft. 2 in.
• Body Type: Athletic
• Hometown: Riverside, California (USA)
• Spoken Languages: English
• Religion: N/A
• Astrological Sign: Libra
Profile will end on: 04/27/2024
Jason Harmon #AG2873
California Health Care Facility, Stockton
P.O. Box 213040
Stockton, CA 95213
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• Incarcerated Since: 2006
• Sentence Received: 222 years to life
• Earliest Release: 2037