I recently heard an analogy of being in a dark room, and flipping on the light switch. The dark room - negativity The light switch - positive, loving thoughts. It really is common sense. Yet sometimes in the midst of negative thoughts, I seem blinded that there is an easy remedy to help turn the situation around. The … Continue reading Light of Love
hello world , its me again .
i must apologize for my lack of communication , i could give you a bunch of excuses such as I’ve been too busy dealing with the parole board , which i seen last month on the 15th or i am spending alot time with my wife.
I could say any of the two because both are the truth but to tell the truth , it really doesn’t matter because i didn’t write as often as i should have and i ask for your forgiveness .
now ,as to why i am writing right now is because I was out at visitation with my wife and i had the opportunity to see both Steven & Suzie Jennings out there enjoying each others company.
I have seen them at visitation and i have noticed the interaction between the two of them before and i kept…
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The Significant Woman’s Event is on May 1st, 2016. Suzie and I absolutely love this event. It’s more like a date rather than a visit in prison.
This event is all about honoring the special woman in my life who has provided ongoing support, sacrifice, and encouragement: My loving wife, Suzie. The activities are designed to assist in fostering the growth & strengthening of our beautiful relationship.
I make and give her a corsage. We are served food and drinks just like in a restaurant. We get up and dance with each other. I take her to a private section where I read her a sweet, emotional, loving, gratitude letter.
You can read what this amazing event was like for us last year:
As you can see, this event is very special to us, and…
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To feel happy, yet sad. To feel married, yet separated. To feel comfort, yet longing. To feel desired, yet un-touched. To feel cherished, yet neglected. To feel remembered, yet forgotten. To feel close, yet far. To feel taken care of, yet not. To feel blessed, yet robbed. To feel his written words, yet not … Continue reading Both Sides of Being A Prison Wife
"The lotus flower blooms most beautifully from the deepest and thickest mud." Buddhist Proverb I learned the hard way about the process of forgiveness. But strangely, I am thankful for that. My story starts out beautifully. My husband and I met, fell in love, and mapped out our life together. We made goals, planned our … Continue reading A Story Of Forgiveness
The popular saying "sealed with a kiss" is quite literal between my husband and I. We fell in love through writing letters. My husband, Steven, has been wanting us to share our personal correspondence on our blog: Real Love Letters. I've struggled for months about doing this. I've been indecisive. I find it difficult and a bit odd to … Continue reading Real Love Letters
I will always remember the exact moment I read this very letter. A flood of tender love & emotion ran through me and instantly healed my heart from hurtful words. I truly felt what it is like to forgive quickly and to forget all previous painful conversations. It was as though this letter hit the … Continue reading The Sweetest Letter From My Husband