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Emelia’s Christmas Gift to Sean

This year I wanted to do something unique and meaningful for Christmas to give Sean. It will be our 4th Christmas together, the 3rd one I will be spending inside the visit room on Christmas Eve & Christmas day. I … 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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Thunderstorm

written 10/14/2015 by Sean Last night just before I went to bed I had an unsettling experience I didn’t like. The power went out due to the thunderstorms , just for a few minutes but it created really uneasy feelings … Continue reading

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Lockdown

  9 Days ago without warning Corcoran State Prison put the building Sean is in, 3-C, on lockdown. Lockdown means that the inmates must remain in their cell all day and aren’t allowed to come out.  Sean has been locked … Continue reading

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Family Visits (or lack thereof)

  Did you know that prison inmates with a life sentence are not allowed to have Family Visits? Yep, it’s true unfortunately. Years ago they passed a law stating that only those inmates with non-life sentences could be entitled to … Continue reading

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