I didn't know about a 60 day probationary period before they will approve the request, and with my daughter going to Job Corp in July there will be noone here to take care of our dogs after she goes. WE left them with my sister last year when we went together to visit James, and they almost drove my sister crazy, cause they weren't used to being away from us, and they cried the whole time. So looks like I'll have to wait another year, because there's no way I can get approval and then the paperwork done by the end of June. It's okay though, cause we're not going anywhere. And I can still visit him in June. One thing you have to learn when your loved one is in prison is patience, or you'll be upset all the time. And I don't want to be mega stressed every minute. So I try to heed the words of Solomon who said, "there's a time for every purpose under Heaven--a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing, a time to get and a time to lose, but at the right season, a time to love." My time will come. So will yours my friend. You're waiting for the opportunity to be with your loved one just like me. And it's no easier for you then for me. So we wait together, holding on to each other till the appointed time for each of us.
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