Carrie prostituted herself for drugs. As a registered nurse, educated and articulate, she never expected to go so low.
"I was the girl on top of the bar with money being put on me, not remembering any of it the next morning."
I didn’t tell very many people about this for a long time. I didn’t want them to think I was crazy. I know I ran up on some wicked stuff that day.
I was supposed to be the watcher, “the watchman” to make sure that no one comes in so they wouldn’t get in trouble.
I started asking questions of some friends of mine that I knew were in church, like; “Really what’s the point of existence? What’s the meaning of life?”
I tried to live for the Lord and the Devil at the same time. I was straddling the fence, so to speak. It doesn’t work. I thought, “I can’t live it.”
I had gotten so far down I was eating out of a garbage can. A pastor came to the campsite where I was living and said, ‘Would you like to go to church today?’ I said, “Well, not particularly, not really.” When he said, “We're...
I’ve never in my life felt so wanted and so and so needed and so desirable.
"I was taking ecstasy, cocaine, pain killers or whatever it took just to feel numb."
We got busted three times within three weeks. The last time we got busted was with felony possession. I was sentenced to eight years in prison.