Yvette Vasquez

Hi everyone allow me to say Thanks for reading about me.
My name is Yvette. I am 38 and built like a just my size Bisexual Barbie. I am a Capricorn.
I come across as shy and quiet until I get to know you and then once I feel comfortable I will start to be more fun playful even ( trust me ) with a huge drive for excitement & adventure.
I am Puerto Rican and as you can see petite and athletic built and definitely not bulky at 5’5″ and 145 lbs. soaking wet and I pull the soaking wet off very well.
I spend my days in here Studying, reading and working out trying to get the best out of me physically, mentally and spiritually.
I am here seeking a friendship that could work itself into a relationship that can carry on once I am released but most importantly now I am here seeking someone real genuine and most importantly generous.
Myself I have found like many others once you’re in here you get “forgotten” or “not as important”.
And I have wasted enough of my time, I want to find a real friendship / companionship that is meaningful with the potential to grow into a long term relationship after I am released.
Once again I thank you for taking the time to read about me and possible interest in contacting me by using the links below and start by texting me or writing me or possibly accepting a call from me and who knows, a visit! But just so you know “If you lead I will follow “.

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State: Michigan
Inmate ID# 599658
Name: Yvette Vasquez
Agency: Michigan Department of Corrections.

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Facility: MIDOC WHV Womens Huron Valley Correctional East West
ID# 0599658
Name: Yvette Vasquez

Mailing address: 

Yvette Vasquez #599658
Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility
3201 Bemis Road
Ypsilanti, MI 48197-0911

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