"You’re there. I’m here. This hurts."

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"Hang in there. It is astonishing how short a time it can take for very wonderful things to happen."

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"If they miss you, they’ll call. If they want you, they’ll say it. If they care, they’ll show it. And if not, they aren’t worth your time."

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My boyfriend thinks I am weird because I talk to strangers I met online on a daily basis.


He just doesn’t understand the love I feel for all of you 😏

Anonymous said:

Hi, I feel i'm in a similar situation to you. Not with the probation release but the crimes committed. I don't know when/ how you found out about j's trial etc. but I wondered what went through your head at the time and idk, I guess i'm in a situation of do i wait or do i forget and it's tricky. I feel it's mainly tricky because of the crime and so many different things going through my head and i don't really know what i'm saying really, but just any advice? sorry to bother you.

You’re not bothering me at all, love. 

Literally the first night we hung out he told me about the situation with this girl. He didn’t get called in for questioning until we’d been together for about 10 months. He was arrested and charged around 13 months after we began dating and his “trial” (technically he pled out but for lack of a better word) lasted until he went to jail in April 2013, which was 15 months into our relationship. 

I don’t even remember what went thru my head. I think I was really angry and confused and just in disbelief, especially once I learned the full story about this girl. At one point I wondered if sticking around thru this was even worth it, especially because he was facing 5 years, but obviously I did. 

I can’t tell you what to do, how to feel, or what to think about this. Only you can decide whether this life is for you, whether your relationship is worth the wait or whether you need to move on with your life.  

I can tell you that at times, this journey can be total hell, and at times you won’t remember why you’re doing this. That if you decide to stay with him, you will have days where you’re completely emotionally exhausted and feel like you can’t talk to him or anyone. That the look on his face when you visit him or the sound of his voice when you get that first phone call after a lockdown makes your heart melt and erases all doubts or sadness you might be feeling at the time. That the prison “wife” community on Tumblr is one of the best groups of women I’ve met, despite some of the cattiness and bullshit that goes on. 

There are good parts and there are awful parts, and no one can tell you whether this life is for you or not. No amount of advice or experience will make this decision any easier because each case and every person is so unique and individual. At the end of the day only you know what is right for you and I can’t tell you that. 

Anonymous said:

Thank you for your advice!! What I'm more scared of is because we live together in the condo he has bought before he was Arrested. I don't know why I feel so worried. Sorry to vent, I don't let many close people know about my situation and it gets so difficult dealing with it alone :/

Nah no worries about venting, I get it. 

J and I live together in my Mom’s house. I don’t see that it would really pose too much of an issue for you and your man, as long as you go into this transition with the knowledge that it’s going to be strange and you’re going to have to give a little time for adjustment on both your parts. 

But like I said, being nervous and worried is totally normal. Its been a while, you’ve changed in that time apart and obviously so has he, and you don’t really know what to expect. It’s completely natural to feel like that and to need to get it off your chest. I definitely think you need to be honest with him (I’m pretty sure you said that you’d already talked to him about this) and don’t let things build up to the point where you explode or lose your shit. 

I was tagged a while ago and kept forgetting to do this- sorry!


Name: Brittany
Birthday: May 16 1991

Favorite color: Black
Lucky number: 19
Height: 5’7
Talents: Blowjobs and baking

Last dream you remember: All I remember is there were some people I know
Can you juggle: Nah
Art/sports/both: Both I guess

Do you like writing: Sometimes

Do you like dancing: I dance all the time, despite the fact that I am AWFUL at it (hello white girl lack of rhythm)
Do you like singing: To myself I guess haha I’m also awful at that


Dream vacation: Somewhere tropical and warm, or Ireland/Scotland/Loch Ness

Dream guy/gal: Chris Pratt/Chris Evans/RDJ, ScarJo/JLaw/Aubrey Plaza
Dream wedding: On the beach or at an aquarium
Dream pet: SO MANY
Dream job: I dunno… Maybe teaching CSI/Forensics online, something that allows me to be free and travel
Favorite song: SO MANY
Last song you heard on the radio: Uhhh either Really Don’t Care or Something That We’re Not by Demi Lovato
Least favorite song: Blurred Lines
Least favorite album: Ehh

Least favorite artist: Robin Thicke and Mariah Carey


Guys/girls/both: Both
Hair colour: Dark
Eye colour: Blue or green 

Humorous/serious: Humorous
Taller/shorter: Taller is always nice
Biggest turn-off: Cockiness, arrogance, etc

Biggest turn-on: Funny, talented, outgoing

Anonymous said:

My boyfriend gets released in a few months, after being incarcerated for 2.5 years. I feel so excited but scared at the same time. Although the boo and I talk about every other day I still feel like we've changed a lot during this time. I've already brought it up with him about how I feel and said he thinks its normal and well see what happens even tho he loves me just the same, if not more. Any advice on what helped you and your bf? Or should I feel worried I keep thinking about this???

I can only speak from my personal experience, so just keep that in mind :)

Personally, I think that is really normal, especially since it’s been 2.5 years. People change a LOT in that time in normal circumstances, nevermind in a prison relationship type of situation. I don’t think it’s a bad thing that you’re concerned about it. Honestly, I feel like it’s the opposite- you still care about him and the relationship enough to want it to work and to be concerned about big changes that could potentially be detrimental to your relationship. 

J and I are still working thru this. I’d love to tell you it’s easy to slip back into normal life, but I’m not about to lie and sugar coat shit on here. It’s pretty hard for us. Obviously it will all depend on what he has for charges, restrictions, probation/parole, etc. It’s harder for us because of all his restrictions- he can’t use a computer so I have to do all his job applications/health insurance/etc shit for him, he has to be home by 9 (which sucks because of the car situation and because we usually go out at night), he has the ankle bracelet and costs for that, etc. It’s a huge adjustment.

If you guys are honest with each other and realize that you can’t just immediately slip back into old habits, I’m sure you’ll be fine. Look at it as though you’re just starting to date again, but better- you already know most of the important stuff, it’s just the little, superficial things you’ll have to adjust to. 

youare-whoithink-iam said:

Hey, is it ok to ask what country you are from?

I live in the United States!