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Birthday Sunrise

Since the beginning of this year, I have been traveling to visit Sean in a slightly different way in order to save money, time, and be more efficient. My new method is to wake up at 3:30 am, get on … Continue reading

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Ning’s First Visit

On March 24, 2018 I brought my good friend, Ning, with me to visit my husband for the first time. Ning and I have been friends for over 6 years, and she has wanted to meet Sean for a long … Continue reading

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15 Years Lost: Sean’s poem for English class

Darkness descends too young with uncontrolled pain ripping apart freedom lost in the confusion untold why, why does the cold constrain? words spoken, lies all around still freedom lost in confusion untold Order marinated in the form of kangaroos held … Continue reading

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Positive Programing

I thought it might be nice to talk about what Sean does in prison. When most people think of prison, they picture inmates locked in their cell all day whiling away the endless hours doing useless things like carving into … Continue reading

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One Year Since Evidentiary Hearing

One year ago, January 17 2017, the long awaited Evidentiary Hearing in my case was finally held. I say long awaited because it had been granted on October 28, 2015. This March will mark my 15th year in prison. I … Continue reading

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Turn Slowly

It has taken me an entire year to write about this. I feel it is still impossible to get the words right… I will never in my life forget the rollercoaster ride two days in court during Sean’s Evidentiary Hearing … Continue reading

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Family Visit 3: Christmas

“I cannot stop thinking about our time together. Sometimes it feels as if I am not even here; I am still with my wife, away from this place. When we are together at Family Visit I let go of this … Continue reading

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Family Visit 2: Chocolate Chip Cookies!

At Corcoran State Prison those participating in Family Visits must order all of their food for the visit from a package company called Walkenhorsts. This is a pretty limited catalog that includes basic pre-packaged processed foods at a high price. … Continue reading

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Court Timeline: UPDATED (1/14/2020)

The Court Timeline: -January 17-18th, 2017 Evidentiary Hearing in Sacramento -February 17, 2017: Transcripts from the Evidentiary Hearing obtained -March 17, 2017: Nickerson (Sean’s lawyer) filed post Evidentiary Hearing brief -May 22nd, Extended to July 21, Extended AGAIN to August … Continue reading

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The Hardest Part

It always surprises me when people who don’t know me very well say something like “it will be really hard when he comes home”. They are referring to my husband, Sean, coming home from 14 years in prison to live … Continue reading

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