Isnt he so darned lucky that the State of NC was kind enough to give him this lovely ankle bracelet? No one has ever given me such an expensive piece of jewelry...lol. Its such a nice black color that fits him perfectly! He even tried to see if it would slip off...lmao. The PO did give him 4 hours a day out of the house to do some yard work or errands because he is taking care of his baby. PO seemed kinda impressed that he was doing that to be honest. I did slip out of the house and tell the man that I think he has done more good for instilling some fear of law and that Cory needs to obey the laws than anything else has ever done. I told him I wished he had been Corys PO when he was 14 because we might not be where we are today. He just smiled and said well he hopes this does turn him around. I told him I hoped so too because I had done all I could and this was it. I really see a change in Cory though. He knows what he is facing and doesnt want to go to prison. Problem is Cory is one of those that will skirt right to the edge. I cant imagine what the next 60 days are going to be like with him stuck inside this house for 20 out of the 24 hours a day. I do feel for him but inside this house is better than inside a jail. But another good thing about being in good with the PO is that Cory is facing a 30 day active sentence at the end of this house arrest...the PO knows I am disabled and now that he knows Cory is taking care of Keyana full time I am going to see if I can talk the man into letting him do his active sentence on weekends so that he can be here during the week to care for her so that it is easier on me because I will have help on the weekends. I think he will do that if he sees Cory is trying to do good. The man does have some compassion and most of Corys sentencing is at the will of the probation officer. I am also holding onto a card to play to allow Cory to go with us to see Jamie off for Iraq. He has to be allowed to leave the county but I am pretty sure I can get that approved if he is with us considering what it will be for.