Saturday, July 20, 2013

Amber Portwood Updates Fans From Behind Bars!


Amber Portwood has been working hard during her 5 year prison sentence at the Rockville Women's Correctional Facility. In fact, her hard work is allowing her to be released early! In a new interview with RadarOnline Amber revealed:

I did my TABE testing for my GED placement and I did really well. I scored in the advance book so I was very excited. So now I’m in GED classes on weekdays,” Amber told Radar. “I got my scores back and I had college level scores in English. And I got a perfect 12.9 in social studies and science. I have 11 months of GED every Saturday here in CLIFF really paid off.” (TABE: Tests of Adult Basic Education) (CLIFF: Clean Lifestyle Is Freedom Forever program)

Amber will be able to take her GED test in August, and she's been studying hard for it, which means she could be released from jail by October! (Just in time for the Walking Dead ::cough cough::)

I’m working my ass off to get out of here!” Amber continued. Amber is no doubt extremely anxious to be out and with her gorgeous daughter Leah. “She’s so beautiful. She has long blonde hair down to her butt now and she’s getting tall. I can’t wait to get out and spend time with her!” While Gary Shirley doesn't take Leah to see her very often luckily Amber's mother does. She has gotten to see Leah several times.

Amber has been doing so well that she is now the head facilitator of the CLIFF program She deals with all of the scheduling picks the teachers for the students. Amber tells her brother Shawn that she feels like a school principal!

Speaking of Shawn! He had this to say about his sister: “I believe when she gets out in October, or whenever that she will be a completely different person. She will do something with her life and I believe Teen Mom will be a thing of the past.  Amber has begun to create her own story that cannot be twisted by MTV and I just hope she does not get caught up in the spotlight again... I think Amber will be a great motivational speaker and can make a living the responsible way, not by selling herself to Vivid Entertainment.” (Ouch- Farrah Burn!!)

If you want to show your support for Amber Portwood make sure you like her Official Facebook Page!

23 comments:

  1. You have a typo. It's principal not principle. Just an FYI!

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    1. actually, principle is the correct spelling for this context.

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    2. haha what idiots

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    3. Anonymous no they didn't have a typo they had it right and Kristen no principle is not the correct sleeping for what they were talking about.

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    4. wow karrie before you tell someone what is correct u just might want to read what u just wrote lol just saying here's the hint "SLEEPING" LMFAO

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    5. anyone can change don't listen to people that put u down u just keep changing for the better and show others that it can happen and i know ur a fighter but this time ur fighting for what u believe in and not toured ppl u go girl = )

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  2. wow, a decided improvement you go girl!!!

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  3. I've been with you since the beginning and I am so glad to see you doing better for yourself. Now you can be better for Leah. I'm so proud of you. You have came a long way.

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  4. Great job Amber!

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  5. prin·ci·pal
    /ˈprinsəpəl/
    Adjective
    First in order of importance; main.
    Noun
    The person with the highest authority or most important position in an organization.
    Synonyms
    adjective. main - chief - cardinal - prime - leading - primary
    noun. head - chief - manager - director - headmaster - capital

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  6. I so happy to hear this Amber u doin so well <3 ya girl . Hope u do get out in Oct .

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  7. Its principal. My 5th grade teacher taught me how to differentiate between the two principles. PrinciPAL has the word PAL at the end-your school principal is your pal. I never forgot it after that.

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    1. You forgot the apostrophe in "its". "Its" without the apostrophe is a possessive pronoun. So before you go on about how you know the difference between "principal" and "principle", you should also review your punctuation.

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    2. Omg stfu! Its not that big of a deal.

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  8. Is there a way we can write amber? it would be nice to send her a letter.

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  9. You guys are arguing about spelling when it's about Amber... Wow.

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  10. You guys are trifilin with all this dramz between yourselves on an article written about someone else!

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  11. I am a mother as well as a women in recovery. I've had my troubled times and I've been in jail before. I'm now a medical assistant, a high school grad and a mom to my kids. If I can do it amber can do it. Life is sooo hard sometimes but if you keep pushing yourself it feels amazing when you have reached your goals. Keep going amber your doing great

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  12. This article is so badly written. WOW. Pathetic. Learn how to write.

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    1. Comments like this make me laugh. You so clearly have an issue with the writer, not with their writing. This is a BLOG for God's sake and the topic is TEEN MOM. If you want hard hitting journalism go somewhere else.

      Take your negative attitude and piss off.

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  13. Congradulations amber. So proud of you. And i no leah will be also. .stay strong.sending love and respect your way

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  14. Keep doing your thing girl, and everything will turn out just fine!!

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