I'm going nuts here, and I'm really trying not to. About three hours ago (about two hours after I visited him) my husband called and said that he was called out of his pod with another one of his cell mates. He said that the cell mate knew he was going home. My husband thinks he might get released too. Right now, I checked online, and it says that he's in the reception center, but I DON'T want to get my hopes up. They could just be moving him. I try to keep telling myself that they're just moving him, but it's so hard. I don't want to hope for him being released because if he's not, I'll just be so sad all over again. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pray that God calms my heart and focuses my mind on something other than my husband's release. He's only served 10% of his sentence! The officer I spoke to says it's a possibility, but even they don't know for sure.
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