Love Letter #15



Dec. 2012


My Dearest Steven,


Baby, you have cracked the combination and have opened my heart. No other has ever touched me like you have. My heart is yours. And you are the man I trust with it. You turned those blank pieces of paper into such truth and sincerity. I couldn’t help but to tear up. I’ve never had a man treat me like a Goddess, or even call me one for that matter.


Umm…were you the one to drop the “L” bomb first?!


I love you, too! I wanna scream it for the whole world to hear. My heart is so full right now. I feel like a cartoon character with hearts circling my head. I’m glad we’ve found each other! Steven, I will love you every minute of every day.


You offered me the very best of you. Well, I proudly and lovingly accept. You should also know that I accept the very worst of you, too.


With the love we have for one another, I’d say that the odds of us making this relationship work is in our favor, wouldn’t you? I really believe that we both have the right attitude. Please always remember that my heart is fragile and to handle with care. Mwah.


Yes, my family will react at first to the fact I am writing a man who’s in prison. I’m sure there’ll be a lot of talk amongst them. But what family wouldn’t have a reaction to this unique and rare relationship of ours? This is my happiness, and I would hope they’d want me to be happy.


All that’s missing is for us to look into one another’s eyes in person to prove that this isn’t a dream. If we have this much connection on paper, just think of what it’ll be like in person!


Come on, can’t you talk the judge into switching you to ‘house arrest’ instead? I’ll write an excellently worded letter of recommendation . 😉 I’d gladly lock you up here with me.


Just one thought of you brings a smile to my freckly face.


Have you ever heard the quote: “Keep your words sweet…you may have to eat them one day.” Baby, there’s been nothing but sweet words between us to eat up!


I believe you.
I trust you.
I love you!


You Are On My Mind,




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.

2 thoughts

  1. Your letters remind me of when I would write to my partner in prison. He and I were already a solid couple before his sentence but our bond was definitely strengthened during his time served. I should add that your letters are a little bit more romantic, like ones you would find in a novel or poem book. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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