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For Delaware Wives of Inmates,Girlfriend etc.(carpool/share for few weeks)
Hi all. I'm this year am again planning to visit a loved one in Delaware @ JTVCC. I will be arriving in NJ soon to visit family and toward DE.,from california, visiting much family and loved ones in the area.
If you're in need of a ride from Philly/NJ(depends also on your location though as i am traveling a certain route and thus, I will be able to transport you, on certain dates during the month in the late part of this month February and winter (early part)of March. If you're going to need a way to James T. Vaughn, just let me know. I am going to be finalizing the dates before February 18th though. So, i would need to know in advance.
PM me anytime you want or leave info here,if moderating team will allow such as i know how hard it is to try to get to see your loved ones.I've been there.Hugs and blessings going to all today. RIP to the sgt.,who died senselessly at JTV.
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Last edited by a.rare.love; 02-07-2017 at 09:38 AM..
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