We found out today that the paperwork for Jim's clemency should be on the executive clemency boards desk on Friday of this week for their weekly meeting. If all things go well, the governor could have the paperwork to sign on Monday. This means that he could be released by the weekend of the 19th. We are so happy, but cautious. We have been told so many things over the last 10 months and it is hard to hope. We just want to be able to take care of him for the time he has left. Thanks to everyone who has followed my journey. i don't think it will end soon, but i am glad i have had somewhere to write my thoughts and pain down. Pray for us.....
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