Everyone experiences prison time differently. To Sarah Perrine, who received a ten year sentence for a host of drug-related charges, it ended up being a life changing event.
She has the words "forgive" and "forget" tattooed on her neck. The motto suits her.
She's reconnecting with her daughter. She has a job at a local fast food restaurant where she recently received a promotion. And she's no longer one of the nearly 2,300 women currently in Kentucky's state prison system.
Instead, she's now part of the Southern Kentucky Reentry Council to make coming home easier for others.
If you ask her, that's all because of one moment she had while she was in solitary confinement.
Perrine describes it as "13 cells on one walk and everybody was just yelling and screaming constantly."