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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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A 15-Minute Phone Call

From October 30th to November 17th, 2017 we had no phone calls due to a prison-wide state-ordered search of Corcoran State Prison. The entire prison was put on lockdown for 18 days in order for this surprise search to be … Continue reading

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Our First Family Visit: Live Like You Were Dying

Sean and I finally had our first Family Visit. It was what we have been hoping for and talking about for over 4 years. When we first got together in 2013, Family Visit wasn’t even a possibility for those with … Continue reading

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Our Marriage Ceremony

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

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