I am still trying to cool down right now. Today was the first Friday that I was going to visit my husband in the evening since school starts on Monday. I was in my classroom the whole day and left when the dismissal bell would normally ring. I was anxious to see my hubby because 1) I missed the crap out of him, 2) he called me earlier in the morning asking if I forgot about him because he didn't get called for visiting in the morning, and 3) he sounded so down on the phone. It took me an hour to get to the jail. I waited in line for the time to roll around for them to open the doors and start checking us in. Then they made the announcement that the jail was on lockdown and that visiting was canceled for the evening. They were like, "Sorry, go home." So I was already upset because of that, and then to top it all off, I was stuck in rush hour traffic all the way home. I thought a vein was going to pop somewhere from the arms up because I was so upset and tense!! Hopefully, I can see him on Sunday. The sheriffs didn't seem to think that the lockdown would last too long. They told everyone to come back tomorrow. But my hubby's visiting days are Friday and Sunday so I have to wait an extra day. Oh well.
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