“I would like to say thank you for all that you’re doing with your website. Just knowing there’s someone out there who is willing to listen and help is very comforting. You are a blessing to alot of individuals who are incarcerated. We appreciate you!” -Ricardo Jackson
“I appreciate your time and effort and all that you do for us.” -John Caudill
“I think what you are doing is amazing, I’ve been in prison for going on 12 years now and this is the first time I’ve come across anything like inmateblogger.com, it is simply a blessing an you are a angel, I’m sorry to hear that your husband is in prison but I hope he can take comfort in the fact that his incarceration has inspired a website that has touched so many lives.” -James Tayse
“Thanks for reading and thank you Suzie for giving us an outlet.” -Tim VanGundy II
“Hello, Mrs. Jennings! Thanks again for your help. I and others in my position greatly appreciate the work you do for us, and I for one consider you a friend. I always keep my friends in prayer.” -Anthony Vaughn
“I would like to give a special thanks to Suzie for allowing me and others incarcerated to share our worlds within.” -John Caudill
“MS.SUZIE,THANKS FOR THE HELP YOUR GIVING US INMATE’S.YOU HAVE A BEAUTIFUL HEART,IT TAKES A PERSON WITH UNDERSTANDING TO DO WHAT YOUR DOING.GOD,BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.” -Corey Davis
“Thank you for this opportunity to be able to blog.” -Matthew Wiseman
“Thank you for the opportunity to express my thoughts and feelings, I will be respectful of the opportunity you have afforded me, thanks again for the opportunity.” -Donte Franklin
“Thank you for your warm welcome to participate in a blogging format through your help. I have been locked up for quite a while and i have so far been isolated to the social media outlet, and i really appreciate your efforts at helping folks like myself to reach out and share with others like this. 🙂 Thank you again, and i am super excited to have this opportunity.” -John Salyers Jr.
“You are a wonderful person and what you’re doing is a wonderful thing.” -Matthew Epperson
“Season Greetings, wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thanks for all that you do for us. The work you do on our behalf is very much appreciated. May your Christmas be full of blessings and joy.” – John Seay
“I appreciate the opportunity to express myself through words because throughout my incarceration I feel as if my voice has been muted, due to my poor decision I made when I was apart of society.” -Mickale Jackson
“I would like to thank you for the opportunity to be able to blog with others on your inmateblogger site.” -William Bethea
“I’d Like To Thank You For Giving Me This Great Chance To Blog And Get My Message Out To The Masses…. I Am Extremely Excited By This Chance…I Swear You Are Sent Our Way For A Reason… I’m Just One Out Of Many Who Need Your Help To Network,And Get My Messages Out.” -PERCY JONES
“I actually love writing so this site you have here is an unexpected blessing.” -James Cargle
“I have to give a shout out to Mrs. Suzie Jennings for holding this site down, understanding the truth behind these prison walls, and investing her time. To prisoners, she has created a great opportunity for all of us to express what we have inside. Many of us will return to society better because of one persons thoughtful consideration. There are times in everyones daily life we may need to express things to certain people, in certain ways, on different days, and Suzie has given us all a chance to express ourselves to the world. A sincere thank you!” -Major McCormick
~ A Brief History of InmateBlogger & the Co-Founders ~
Categories: INMATE BLOGGER, INMATE BLOGGER APPRECIATION
Just came across this blog and have read some really amazing posts. There are some very talented writers out there and I hope when they are releasing they continue their writing journey. I do wonder though, how do they post while in prison?
Reblogged this on Steven & Suzie Jennings.
Merry Christmas to all of you:)
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