Hours seem long in prison – Martha is searching for occupation

There is no classes during summer holiday time.
Only some classes take place.
Those which are available Martha had already finished.
So hours seem exceptionally long…

Martha is searching for occupation, to fill the time.
Until now she was avoiding fitness, but last Friday, she let second inmate to get Martha out.
It was a first time for Martha.
They went together and Martha was pleased.
Fitness is a part of the Gym.
(Fitness equipment can be seen on a video we presented on August 6).

Yesterday Martha went for knitting classes and musical classes.
She played drums.
In gave her a lot of joy,
She was happy that today she was supposed to play ukulele.
Small things, little joys…
And time passes, and passes….

On evenings work at the library, and thick, English books – learning for the exams…

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Martha on a meeting with Gary Cunningham in Dochas Centre – an author of a novel “Joys of Joy. Finding myself in an Irish Prison”

Last week, on Wednesday or Thursday, a meeting with Gary Cunningham was held in Dochas Centre.
Gary Cunningham wrote a book about his imprisonment in Ireland.
He was imprisoned in Mountjoy Prison in Dublin.
He wrote the book while still being incarcerated.

On the general meeting with women imprisoned in Dochas Centre, he talked about how this book was created. Behind the scenes of creating his novel was very interesting.
The meeting took place at the Gym.
It lasted for about an hour.

After the meeting, Gary Cunningham asked Martha to stay.
He devoted several minutes to Martha, giving her personal advice on how to write a book while being imprisoned.
Thank you very much for your interest in Martha and her activity.
Martha writes a book about a tragedy that happened to her.
Part of the book is created now, in prison.
The next part, Martha will finish on freedom.

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