Hi y’all, so I’m really bad at writing this kind of thing, so please bear with me here. I’m Lori, a 38 year old widowed woman. I’m pansexual, way too tall (6’2″), fat (yes I said fat.) clearly blunt and not PC, and super nerdy.
I’m an old school gamer, I love tabletop and LARPs, and online text-based games, MTG. I’m not a big console gamer tho I’ve been known to play some Halo with my peeps.
I’m a huge fan of both Star Trek and Star Wars, along with Dr Who and I love anime, anything by Studio Ghibli, or Bubblegum Crisis is amazing, Dragon Half is a great laugh. I’m a music fanatic, Aurelio Voltaire is my favorite, but I love music in nearly all genres, from Marilyn Manson and NIN to Simon and Garfunkel, Garth Brooks to Macklemore music is my happy place.
I’m a widow, my husbands death (by work injury) was the beginning of the downward spiral that ended with me in prison.
I’m a classically French trained chef, hence the fat lol. I specialize in local-sourced farm to table comfort food and Cajun/creole but can (and do) cook anything. I love cooking for people and watch in their face when they take that first bite. My family is kind of in and out of my life, right now they’re in but that could change at any moment.
I really would love to meet someone that I can count on. I’ve tried dating other inmates, but honestly its just too hard. I want, need someone I know will be there when I need a shoulder to cry on, a person to celebrate with, someone to call when I get good news and want to tell someone who will care. That’s a lot to ask for I guess, but I can dream right? Anyway, feel free to write me a letter or an email. 🙂
Message me through Securus.
Inmate ID# 391195
Name: Lori Lloyd
Agency: Washington State Department.
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If you want to get to know me, you can write me at the following address:
Lori Lloyd DOC #391195
Washington Correction Center for Women
9601 Bujacich Road NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332
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