My first visitation with Margo went awesome. It was better than I thought it would be if thats even possible. I woke up early this morning and put on my visitation outfit. I started to really stress how I looked. If anybody knows me I usually dont have that issue. This time it was different though, I didnt want to look like an inmate. I just didnt want my wife to leave prison and that be the last memory she has of seeing me. A few days ago I got a haricut at the barber, I went back a day later and had them cut the top of my hair with clippers. I wanted to do that so I wouldnt need to mess with my hair. Well, this morning when I put everything on and looked at myself in the mirror I definitely looked like an inmate. I shaved an did a few other things to try and make myself look better but it didnt help much. Oh well, i guess. I then went outside to try and find the visitor center. It took me awhile of walking around the compound to find it. I went inside and could see Margo through a window sitting inside visitor area. I got super nervous and was scared to see her. I finally worked up the courage and walked out. I instantly started crying, I was trying to be tough but couldnt. We cried together for a few minutes. I looked at her and she looked more beautiful than ever. I was glad to be there with her. We had plexiglas in between us from about our waist up. It was difficult to hear at times but we made it work. We talked about all sorts of things, from family, to horses, and her business. We talked about how much we love each other and how we were going to make this all work inspite of everything. I think it made her feel better when she could still hear the fire in me.
It was great seeing her and I enjoyed every minute of it. We talked about how being at a prison camp is not bad at all. It was tough when she left but so worth her coming. SHe will be back tomorrow and I cant wait to spend more time with her. I cant wait to see the kids when they come next.