Love Letter #47


Hello my beautiful, loving wife,


I love and miss you so much.


You are the love of my life. You bring me incredible happiness and excitement. I’m so excited to see you baby. I can’t wait! But I must wait. And as I do, the anticipation builds. This is a very powerful anticipation that will only sweeten the moments I hold you in my arms, kiss your soft lips, explore the Milky Mountains, hear your sweet voice, and smell your succulent scent. You are my beautiful, sexy wife and I absolutely cherish all the womanly pleasures that you bless me with. I often revisit our happy fun memories and I can’t help but to smile and feel joy in my heart.


I’d like to take a brief moment to extend my apologies to you once again for the way I treated you in the past. I completely lost all perspective and went rouge. All you’ve ever done is love me. And I took that for granted, something I thought I’d never do. There are no excuses for the way I behaved. I was wrong and I take full responsibility for my actions. Lucky for me, I have YOU as my wife…the most loving, forgiving woman I’ve ever known. Your strength and patients are of another world, a gift from a higher power.


I admire you and your incredible qualities. You’ve taught me so much when it comes to love, kindness, compassion, understanding, patients, forgiveness, commitment, devotion, loyalty, determination, honor, and most of all MARRIAGE!


You’ve taught me what it means to be a devoted husband and the importance of unconditional love… something I never understood until you showed me through your actions. Not only do I now understand, but I embrace it, just like I embrace you and our incredible marriage that is built on a foundation that YOU made possible by demonstrating through your actions what it means to truly love someone unconditionally.


Love really does conquer all.
I love you with all my heart babygirl.
I love you more and more each day.
You have changed my heart for the better.
You have changed my world for the better.


We are getting to know each other on the deepest of levels. As I progress to understand you and the desires of your heart, I notice that I find pieces of myself within that. You show me and teach me things that I never knew about myself. I soak it all in and embrace it, and foster it with positive thought and prolonged meditation. One example is: When I get out, I’m coming home to you and our family. You and I are ONE. I’m devoted to you and only you. You are my only desire. I honor our vows and our marriage. What we have is more powerful and fulfilling than anything else.


I love you and I thank you for all that you’ve taught me. You are the best, and from this day forward I promise to always give you my best. You deserve nothing less my sweet love!


I’ve spent several hours in prayer and meditation as I pour my heart and soul into our marriage and commit to the sacred values that marriage represents. Again, this is something you’ve taught me. I surly didn’t learn it from my abusive parents, or from the prison environment in which I’ve spent over half my life!


Your love and patients and demonstrations have impacted me in the most effective way. I feel a true transformation coming over my heart as your love and guidance molds me into the man I was born to be.


You, and our marriage, is my #1 priority.
Nothing is more important and nothing means more to me.
I mean that with all my heart.

I love you my sweet delicate wife.




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.

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