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Hiking 1,000 Miles To Hug My Husband

Suzie M. Jennings

How to Choose the Best Hiking Boots for You

Yep, I am!

Our marriage is full of Paper Hugs, and I really feel like going the distance to get a real one. I will start in California and hike north on the Pacific Crest Trail all the way up to Washington, where my husband is. I estimate that this long distance backpacking trip will take nearly 3 months.

This hike symbolizes my commitment and devotion. There will be peaks and valleys along the way on this trip, just as in our life together. Most of our communication is virtual right now (emails, blogging, social media, etc.). I just feel like I need to do something physical to make this marriage feel more real to me.

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The romantic in me is doing this for my marriage. But I am also doing it for myself. To heal. To accept. To experience. To find my truth. To feel alive. And to feel a sense of personal…

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Real Love Letters

Steven D. Jennings

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Real Love Letters: Falling in love through writing. The connection. The journey. The romance.

How could a vibrant, intelligent woman fall in love with a man in prison? To most people, it makes no sense. I don’t even fully understand it. Yet, I’m referring to my situation. HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN? That is the question a lot of people ask. And if they don’t ask it, they’re thinking it! The answer is better SHOWN, rather than told.

I invite you to follow our blog: Real Love Letters. It shows how a shy, introvert, Mormon girl falls in love with an outspoken, extrovert…who just so happens to be a convict serving 43 years in prison.

My wife, Suzie, and I know we have something special and unique. A powerful love unlike anything we’ve ever known. And now we have decided to share it with the world. We share our back and…

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FOR THE LADY THAT DOES IT ALL

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Dear Suzie Jennings,

Thank you so very much and please know this affirmation is on the wonderful job you are doing.  Should of got air time months ago, I do sincerely apologize for that not taking place.

The job that you do is a big part of your heart, In giving us the rights to letting the world read our words, in sharing,truth, fiction, and giving knowledge with understanding.

As you see I love Blogging because it also gives me a chance to give back, and bring a better understanding to another for sharing something new that could bring ones life to be better, its so much more.

But it all starts with the wonderful job that you’re doing and its very much recognized.

So if there is anything I could do to make your job easier or to assist in bringing better for Stone City Blog please feel free to let me know.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH !

TAKE CARE…And once again GREAT JOB !

Steve Anderson
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Thank You

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hello world ! its me again and I will be the first to admit that it’s been awhile since you have heard from me and I am only writing now for one single purpose and that is to give a real and sincere shout out to Mrs. Suzie Jennings !

first let me say HAPPY BIRTHDAY ! I know that its late but late is much better then never , right ? so if I could I would sing it out to you . I’m serious .

thank you for all that you do for us. we get our thoughts and words out to the world because of YOU . I know that you sometimes must feel unappreciated but just so you will know , you are appreciated and there are those who will not forget.

thank you once again.

okay world , I’m outta here but as always take care of yourselves , until the next time .

Jai’mar Scott
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An Unexpected “Thank You”

Suzie M. Jennings

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I was brought to tears today. I was struggling with work and my own personal spiritual journey. I nearly wanted to give up. But I knew I’d be letting myself and my husband down.

I finally found the will to get online and dig into my list of things to do.

I manage Stone City Blog. It’s a collection of blogs written by men in prison. I don’t get paid for this. I’d call it charity/volunteer/non-profit work for right now.

I saw that I had about 60 emails from inmates, all waiting for me to post their work. I was expecting a large number like that. After all, I let things back up, knowing very well that I shouldn’t have let that happen.

About an hour into my work load, I find an email addressed to me.

As I opened it, tears streamed down my face as I began…

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