Thank You Suzie



Thank you Suzie for everything, the big
things and the small.
You bless my life in many ways
I appreciate them all.

Thank you baby oh so much, I give to
you my praise.
You’ve changed my life, you’ve given me hope
You’ve brought love to all my days.

As stars appear I say my prayer
and give thanks for you my dear.
Then close my eyes and fantasize
of the days I’ll have you near.

I reach for you, you hear my cries
in times of sudden need.
You take my hand, you soothe my soul
with thoughtful kindly deeds.

I’m so aware of your daily grace,
with you it’s no surprise.
I see your heart, I see your love
when I look into your eyes.

Thank you baby for the miracles
that I so clearly see.
I love you now, I’ll love you then,
I’ll love you for eternity.


My wife’s amazing love and support loads my heart with love, joy, and happiness. When I share my heart, these are the type of expressions you’ll find.

Mwah! A kiss for my wife.



Steven Jennings


Author: Steven & Suzie Jennings

She was raised as a Mormon, and he is a convict serving 43 years in prison. This blog offers a glimpse into two vastly different worlds that somehow came crashing together. Join them on their journey through prison life & married life.

7 thoughts

  1. Hi Steven,

    I hope this email finds you well. I always enjoy reading your anecdotal messages throughout the week. You remind me a lot of my husband. He was sentenced for 2nd degree murder at the age of 19 it was an altercation that turned out as bad would or could turn out. He didn’t take the initial plea of 9 years went to trial and was given a 31 year sentence his earliest release date is 2029. He is now 31 years old and has been in for over 12 years. We got married last year only 6 months after first meeting him and there is no one else on this planet that I could imagine being with. Who knows you may have even crossed paths with him Kevin Light Roth he’s a big 6’4 tattooed white guy the smartest and most caring man I know. He’s also been ti pretty much every corrections facility in Washington state. We are going for a sentence reduction around the end of next year and by then he will have his AA and working towards his BA he is starting a non profit for ex felons upon release which is amazing and a little disturbing that Wa doesn’t already have one. But we really hope this will all give him a good chance at a reduction. Even if he does 20 years of his sentence that would be amazing. Sorry for the short story but I really wanted to knof if your wife has involvement in the community with other prison wives. I would really like to build a bond with some women in my same position but I haven’t had any luck in any of the forums that I’ve found. Well scratch that I have talked to a few but without being negative they aren’t women that I would trust 100% One woman has multiple mental disorders and is trying to get married to her bf who is in for 1st degree murder of a girlfriend. I can over look a lot but that and any kind of sex offenses I can not. Anyway back to why I was writing you just curious is your wife would be willing and open to communicating with another prison wife. I am college educated and self efficient. Part of my family has accepted our marriage but my father still has not come around. Well if this is something that she would be interested in please let me know. Thank you so much for enduring that adhd rant hahahah. Have a good rest of your weekend.


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  2. Hi Tammy, thank you for reading my posts. That’s awesome that your husband is getting a college degree and starting a non profit. Nice!

    Yes, please feel free to contact my wife. She is friendly, loving, and understanding. I’ve encouraged her to try reaching out for support from women in this same type of relationship. Her blog is Suzie M. Jennings. And her email address is


  3. Steven – You made cry in the last two day, and your blog during holiday time with family photos. I spoke with my family about your story, my mother couldn’t stop her tears.

    How I can help you to set you free to you home? This will be my gift to you!!

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  4. I sincerely thank you for reading my posts. It is my desire to be transparent and to share my journey with you all. I’m touched that I touched you so.

    How can you help? Simply by continuing to read my blog and by sharing my stories with others. As the law stands today, my release date is in 2032.


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