I haven't written here for a while. We're now 4 nights and 5 days into this thing LOL! (That is comical considering the amount of days we have to go still.) Anyway, I have been able to talk to him several times (four or five I think) so far. We won't continue this way, but it helps with the transition time before he can start getting letters out to me. It is kinda normal feeling because we can talk about stuff that is current. But, it is not normal for me because I can't call him when I need him (like tonight). Tomorrow I am visiting him. He's still in county jail, so I can (another stupid part of this whole thing...I can visit him now but not at all when he goes to A&E). I am nervous about visiting him. It is going to be behind glass, and I know that will be rough. I keep having thoughts of the corney "hands on the window" thing and am afraid we'll do it :). Any advice before I go would be appreciated. I know it will be hard, and I know that we'll both (his mother is going with me) lave in complete tears. I am handling this though. It is best to take one day at a time I've definitely found. And to reach out to people in other ways (not necessarily talking about this situation, but reaching out for support and friendship otherwise).
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