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Family Visit 5: Creatures

On May 12, 2018 Sean and I celebrated our 9 month anniversary at a Family Visit. Our wedding day is something we like to remember and celebrate each month because it something that brings us both great joy. Sean’s eyes … Continue reading

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Then Comes Marriage

In February 2017 Sean & I began the marriage application process through Corcoran state prison. What we assumed would be a fairly¬† straightforward process turned out to be a complicated ordeal with the marriage coordinator at Corcoran¬† not doing her … Continue reading

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Letters from New Folsom Prison: 21 days of ASU

  Sean spent 21 days at New Folsom Prison where he was kept for court. The following are excerpts from his letters. January 10 2017 “I just never thought I would miss Corcoran. New Folsom doesn’t have a “good yard” … Continue reading

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4 years ago

In January 2013, 4 years ago, I went to my very first visit at the prison Sean was housed at, Calipatria. I hadn’t seen him since high school but we had been pen pals for the previous 5 years or … Continue reading

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Silver Linings

“…Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.” 1 COR 13:8 I literally found a bookmark today on the ground that had this Bible verse. It made me think of writing the … Continue reading

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14 Days of lock down

  written by Sean On September 11th, 2015 just before 11:30 am there was an incident on the prison yard. I still do not know for sure what exactly happened. What I do know is that the building control officer … Continue reading

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the wait continues

  Written by Emelia I was SURE that right after the hearing Sean would be released. I was dead-set on that notion. One would think that with all the disappointments we’ve already had that I might be a little more … Continue reading

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