Hi! my name is Beverly but I go by Jewell. I’m 38 and currently finishing my 1st year of computer programming and my pre-apprenticeship in a machining and manufacturing program. I have goals of becoming a CNC programmer and getting my computer science and engineering degree.
Some of my fave artists are Tech N9ne, Jelly Roll, Struggle Jennings, Merkules, Kevin Gates, Joyner Lucas and 5FDP. My fave movies are John Wick, Creed, Venom, suicide squad, anything horror and pretty much any from the DC and marvel universes. I love art, music, movies, being active, like playing pool, hiking, camping, riding quads, traveling and going to car shows.. basically I just love life and all it has to offer. unfortunately I lost myself for awhile and it took coming here to find myself again.
If I sound like someone you would like to get to know, then let me tell you who I would like to meet.. a man between the ages of 35-45, someone with similar interests, someone who has been on the other side of the law or can relate to not only my struggles but my journey back to the living. I’m basically looking to establish a friendship with someone who can provide emotional support with the possibility of developing into something more as my need become more physical after my release.
None of these are deal breakers though so if you’re still interested in getting to know one of the most loyal, fun-loving, smart and sexy women you’ll ever meet on this site then please send me a prepaid reply on Securus to Beverly Baker #405339 or a letter to c\o Washington Corrections Center for Women 9601 Bujacich Rd., NW Gig Harbor, WA 98332. I look forward to hearing from you. soon! xoxo
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Inmate ID# 405339
Name: Beverly Baker
Agency: Washington State Department.
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Beverly Baker DOC #405339
Washington Correction Center for Women
9601 Bujacich Road NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
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