Inmate seeking wife
Greetings in the name of the Most High. I have been reading THE STAR for about 20 years.
Since 1999, at the age of 22, I have been incarcerated. It is said when you do a crime, you have to do the time. In my case, they gave me some extensive time.
I was young when I got caught up in a family business. Things got out of hand. I am really sorry for what transpired. And I have been beating myself up all these years.
Some of my family members passed on and I wasn't around for them. I am still single because I was punishing myself all these years.
I am educated. I have diplomas in fashion designing. I have written a book. I have even enrolled in college, pursuing a degree.
But, I am still in need of a woman. Nothing is more important than to have a friend who you can speak to when you are feeling down and who can cheer up your spirit, someone you can bounce around ideas with; someone you can listen to when they come home from work. And they can tell you about their day. I miss that most of all.
I wish I had someone to talk to and to call my own. I hope that you can help me find that someone to call my own.
I wish you had said more about yourself. You said that you are in prison, but you should have said when you hope to leave prison.
You should have also said why you are seeking a Jamaican woman and how you intend to support her.
Nevertheless, I want to thank you for reading THE STAR, and my column in particular. If any woman shows interest in getting your address, I will pass it on to her.