People never understood my condition, neither did I. Sometimes when family members insisted, I thought marrying a high-society guy would shut the mouth of the so – called society which raised its eye brows every time I went to prison to visit my husband. But then I was never of the kind of woman who would forsake her husband. So was my plight.
I could not let go of my hardships and mockery by marrying someone else, nor could I tolerate being the subject of ridicule of high-society. It was indeed becoming impossible to live life with the tag of a prisoner’s wife on my forehead. After he was proven guilty and sentenced to 10 years in a maximum security prison, taunts and jeers followed wherever I went throughout my town.
But, was I even capable of loving another man... even it he was Mr. Perfect?
About the Author
Prison stories are my niche. I write them, not only to support and inspire others, but to give me strength. I need hope, too. I hope that when my mother is finally released from prison, she'll be ready for the world. I hope that 25-to-life doesn't have to be forever for my favorite younger cousin, or my stupid, young little brother. I hope that the love of my life, my soulmate, the man I hope to marry someday, can stay strong and keep believing that I'm here, for him, waiting, patiently and faithfully. I write to keep from crying. I just hope that someone can pull strength from my stories.
I will always be there for my loved ones in prison... to the best of my ability. And, I understand others who go out of their way for their prison wives, husbands, fiance's, sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, etc... These are the people I write for... the loved ones. I am my advocate. I am their advocate. I am not an advocate for prisoners. I am an advocate for their dedicated loved ones.
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