I can't even put into words how amazing it was to be able to visit, I haven't seen him in 5 months and have not touched him in 8. The prison was very clean and everyone there guards included was extremely nice not like when he was in county or camp hill. The only thing that I wasn't prepared for was the shock of how much he changed. He lost so much weight probably at least 60 pounds and that made him look very unhealthy. I knew he said he had lost weight but I never expected him to look like that. We were able to get a picture and got to hug and hold hands the whole time. It was a 3 hour drive there and we got lost along the way but it was well worth sitting in the truck for 6 hours to have 2 hours with him.
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