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To My Friends

(For this to be effective, you really must take a second or two to imagine each of the following.)

Imagine this for a moment: Someone publishes a book about you titled, “Exposed: The Secret Life of [Your Name Here].” Go ahead, imagine it. Say the title out loud with your first and last name.

Feels gross, doesn’t it?

This book is filled with nasty lies about you and half-truths distorted to make you look as inhuman and unsalvageably evil as possible. Imagine that in writing this book, the author (or her ghostwriter) consulted with a woman you once briefly knew years ago, who stopped being your friend for reasons so esoteric she sounds like she was reared in the Dark Ages – oh, but at the time those weren’t the reasons she gave you, so she either was dishonest then with you or is now with everyone else, but either way, her mission is to trash you.

Then imagine, if you will, that this book, filled with degrading, embarrassing, spurious details about you, however untrue, is dedicated to someone who used to bully, beat, and abuse you so copiously that your body, mind – especially your mind – and soul still bear the scars of these horrific experiences. Imagine also that a portion of the book’s sales are donated to a so-called “Legacy” fund bearing your abuser’s name and founded by people whose burning, twisted desire is to watch you die.

Now, there isn’t much you can do about this book except to mourn it as a tragic and unnecessary waste of trees and keep stepping.

But wait.

Now imagine this: I am your self-professed friend and supporter. But I buy this very book, “Exposed: The Secret Life of [Your Name Here],” thereby instead supporting all of the above and throwing money into the fund named in honor of your abuser and enriching the very people who want you dead.

How would my purchase make you feel? Hurt? Betrayed? Disgusted? Would you still consider me a friend?

– Jodi Arias

-This entry was originally posted October 12th, 2013-

45 Responses to To My Friends

  1. Pandora /

    April 25, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    Jodi we are here for the long haul girl! Justice for Jodi! Awesome changes here! I love them!!! <3

  2. Herbie Reardon /

    April 28, 2014 at 3:16 pm


    I heard about your trial on HLN, at first I thought you may be guilty. But then, I came across some amazing research done by Sandra Webber, who proved thru her investigations that you can’t be guilty of what their saying.

    ..I don’t know whether you acted in self defense, or if other ppl did it, but I know in my heart your innocent.

    Jodi don’t listen to the haters. They don’t know who you truly are. Anyone can see by your artwork that your beautiful on the inside. We will never stop fighting for you’re freedom from jail or prison.

  3. Herbert Blitzer /

    April 28, 2014 at 9:21 pm

    I read that book. Clearly written by at least two people. One a witch and the other just a researcher. I could see right through the writing of the witch and saw in the other parts some of the actions that my own children had taken over the years. I do not thin any less of you but I do realize that the witch is just nasty and looking for a few quick bucks taken out of your hide. So sorry you had to have that happen on top of all the other atrocities.

  4. Herbert Blitzer /

    April 29, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Anyone with half a brain can see right through JVM’s writing, and those with less than half a brain either can’t read or don’t count anyway. You are a good woman that has fallen into a horrible trap, and that is quite clear to many of us who contribute to your fund and books and long for the wrongs to be righted again. illigetimi non carborundum (don’t let the bastards wear you down)

  5. Ronald Jones /

    April 29, 2014 at 3:36 pm

  6. dl /

    May 9, 2014 at 2:23 am

    I was pro death penalty before this trial. Watching a few hours of the trial made it obvious that the prosecutor is more interested in winning than in justice. I wasn’t too inspired by the judge either. Very disappointing, but it does provide some perspective. Now I’m at best neutral with regard to the death penalty. In cases like this, where the prosecutor wants to be a movie star, I’m completely against it.

  7. Susan /

    May 15, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    With professionals in the fight to eventually release you….this will happen because the professionals using you as a sacrifice ..will lose…appeals are in the process and freedom will one day be all yours…SELF PRESERVATION began the moment you met the young salesman and continued to the day he died…the dance was over and will continue to be for your release….

    • Ronald Jones /

      May 16, 2014 at 2:55 am

      One of the best posts I’ve read anywhere. It really gets down to the foundation and structure of this case.

  8. Madeline /

    May 20, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    I hope to celebrate your release!
    That would be a blessed day.
    Your suffering has been painful for me to watch.
    I will continue to support your fight for freedom.
    With love , and vibes of hope and strength —

  9. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:14 am

    Originally posted by Susan, 1/26/2014:

    TODAY …I saw ABC news article post about the escalating change of the behavior ULTIMATELY leading to your SELF PRESERVATION …it was finally a productive move to view for the public …Jodi, you are a bright star and I pray and will continue to support you as I have been from the moment I began watching.. learning and educating people to the truth is coming…

  10. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:14 am

    Originally posted by Susan, 1/29/2014:

    PAMELA VALEMONT IS AN AUTHOR writing about you and the self preservation and AND the MORMON aspect which I have also wondered…because this is a large part of how you are now in this journey to your golden light…wisdom and truth are coming and change to better understand you and the truth of this will be shared and more will speak to the core of POWERFUL MEN PROTECTING POWERFUL MEN…

  11. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Originally posted by Susan, 2/7/2014:

    I have been reading “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor E. Frankel…very purposeful and educational…wise choice ….shine bright JODI …..

  12. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Originally posted by Susan, 3/5/2014:

    I continue to voice what should become of your SELF PRESERVATION. Stay strong and continue the TENACITY and INTELLIGENT path you have chosen ALL your life..I continue to support the challenge you must take for your ultimate freedom from the SELF PRESERVATION to were going through ..you have so much to offer with your art and photography..

  13. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Originally posted by Tracey, 12/28/2013:

    Thanks for writing me back and saying ‘hello’ to my twin girls (14). They were thrilled you did that and always ask about you. I read the JVM book. Yes, of course she had a ghost writer. The book was marketed to sell to the ‘choir’ so I doubt she made new ‘converts.’ I will be honest with you… I’m a book snob. THE BOOK WAS A PIECE OF SH**T. An embarrassment. I cannot believe it got published. Yes, it must be awful having that happen to you. I think eventually we (the public) will learn more about you, the human being, the smart, talented young lady you are, not some cartoon vixen. Until then, you might have to put up with much more cr*p (excuse my language, that’s how we talk in L.A. LOL) but you do have some sensible supporters out here that are actively trying to help. We just can’t stoop to the level of the pack animals out there. Common sense will prevail. Promise. XT

  14. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:16 am

    Originally posted by Mike Kuao, 12/20/2013:

    Dear Jodi, I just want you to know that many of us understand you well, even though others don\’t, and empathize. It must be a terriber thing to be treated, as you said, like used toiret paper, and then be persecuted for fighting back. Just remember God\’s justice will always prevail in the end, so don\’t let any haters get you down. Do an artist work sometime of Estrella we see what it like. Caio. Miguel

  15. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:16 am

    Originally posted by Shantell, 12/13/2013:

    Pretty great post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wished to say that I have really loved browsing your weblog posts. After all I’ll be subscribing for your feed and I’m hoping you write again very soon!

  16. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:16 am

    Originally posted by Marissa, 12/10/2013:

    I’m going to keep this short because I hope one day to actually visit you but reading this made my heart break. I’m only 17 and an aspiring attorney. I will never end a conversation talking about your case until I know I’ve swayed that persons false perception of you. I really hope one day your pain and suffering is minimized. Remember this, you’re never alone.
    With love,

  17. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Originally posted by JHK, 11/28/2013:

    As things get tough in there, stay strong. You are a good communicator. You are a talented artist. You are creative an some way, you will find something that will benefits other people’s lives from this experience.

  18. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Originally posted by Jude Petersen, 11/25/2013:

    Hi Jodi,
    I had written a comment earlier, but it seemed to vanish into computer glitch land when I pressed ‘submit’. Ah, no worries 🙂 I was, and am now, sending you very best wishes, positive thoughts, and peace… I’m hoping that you can keep your spirits up in the face of all this madness, and remain resilient. Know that there are people who actually do wish you well, and who don’t care at all about distorted sensationalist writings..
    Be true to yourself, keep strong.

  19. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Originally posted by Jude, 11/24/2013:

    Hello Jodi,
    I’m very saddened that you find yourself in these circumstances. I am sincerely hoping that you are not given a death sentence which would be terribly unjust.

    I haven’t heard of this book you mention here, but any book written about you- and not by you- will likely contain many half truths and outright lies, and much sensationalism, it’s a given. Hopefully you will be able to concentrate not on it, but on keeping healthy and positive so that you can be as resilient as possible for the new battle(s) you will have to endure. Truth usually prevails, even though life is, and can be, very unfair-as you know.

    I’m wishing you much peace in this extremely trying time. Keep your chin up, and remember to be true to yourself. Know that there are people who strive to understand, and that wish for you all good things. Take care!

  20. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:18 am

    Originally posted by Manuel Manny Losada, 11/12/2013:

    I don’t know why people feel they are beyond reproach. All I know is that we are where God wants us at the time. My prayer is that you find peace and that you would be given the opportunity to live in order to help others. Christ wants us to repent and receive Him. And once we do, He loves us just the way we are. Continue to find strength in Him, Jodi.

  21. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:18 am

    Originally posted by Heather, 11/3/2013:

    Wow. What a powerfully written statement about the hell you have been through (and continue to be subjected to).
    I have not (nor will I ever) read bottom-feeder trash, written by anyone who continues to attempt to profit from your (or anyone touched by the entire situation – your family’s) pain. What JVM has done is abominable. That entire network is sickening. Their predatory behavior is really frightening. Some how they are able to pick anyone out of a hat, over-expose you, revealing anything but truth, all before anyone is able to be given a fair trial.
    There’s a new kind of bully in town (the cerebral type) & we should all recognize them before they strike.
    Am very sorry for the loss and betrayal by someone you thought was a friend. That has got to hurt the worst.
    In Kindness ~

  22. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:18 am

    Originally posted by Johnny Dan, 11/1/2013:

    I feel like you are so misunderstood. people always look at the end not what leads up to it. its sad how the jury was too distracted by the prosecutors loudness and rudeness to look at this a little further than how it ended.

  23. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:19 am

    Originally posted by Tony, 10/30/2013:

    Hey Jodi
    I just watched a few hours of the trial.. what a horrifying experience that must be..

    You know there is the law that people make, and there is a universal law about things.

    So first: of course i will never know, but i don’t believe the story you told the court. That said, i understand that you told it like you did, i would do the same. I’m sure you regret your overreaction in killing him, for all the trouble it got you in. But i believe he had it coming, i’m sure he deserved it; some people are just assholes.

    Why else would you react that strongly? So 99.99% of people may think that it is wrong what you did, and maybe it was, or at least an overreaction. But i will still be your friend. Who am i to judge?

    Now of course i know you probably can’t react to my message because it wouldn’t help your situation, and that’s ok. I just wanted you to know that i understand you and that my heart is with you.

    Look for peace and freedom on the inside, and no prison walls can keep you confined 🙂

    All the best,

    PS: I just donated 50$ to you!

  24. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:19 am

    Originally posted by Michele, 10/25/2013:

    Hi Jodi,

    I don’t know whether or not you’ll ever get this. I have a few things to add. I am a long time survivor of violent abuse at the hands of a man who got away with it, even though it was reported to the police. The man went on to rape another woman. He has been on the run since.

    I know what it feels like to be dominated by a whack job. I know what its like to be beaten down, scorned, abused. violated. I know what its like to be controlled by a man who is so despicable, that he is hated by everyone he knows.

    I also know what it feels like to be scorned by those who profess to care about you, but in truth, lie to your face. Don’t let gnats book get to you. She is a piece of media hungry crap. I call her gnat because that is exactly what she is. Don’t concern yourself with trash like her, and anyone else who acts like her. Especially those idiots at HLN.

    Your letter saddened me a bit. To me, it comes off as despair. Don’t despair over a piece of crap like JVM. Those of us who support you know the truth about you. That is what you need to take into your heart, and meditate upon when you go to bed at night, and when you get up in the morning. Not waste your time on such a piece of crap like JVM.

    JVM doesn’t know you, she doesn’t know your heart, she doesn’t know your mind, she doesn’t know your family, and friends, and supporters. She knows jack crap. Who cares what the haters think? Don’t concern yourself with their venom, and lies. Don’t concern yourself with the world’s perception of you. Concern yourself with being the strong woman that you are, the one we saw in court, and the one we see today.

    The world is full of hate, and ignorance. Set yourself apart from it. Live for the moment, and live for yourself. Feel the love of your friends, your supporters, and your family. It took me a very long time to deal with the years of abuse I suffered at the hands of that Bulgarian freak. It took me a long time to feel like I was a worthy human being, capable of being the strong woman I always knew I was, and am.

    I had a superb therapist. I will never allow myself to be cut down again, and I have risen above it, and beyond it. I am happily married to a man who actually loves me, and doesn’t abuse me. Someday, maybe you will be as well. But, you have to have hope, and you have to never let it go. Hope springs eternal Jodi. Don’t forget that. Don’t forget that you are far more valuable in the world than you give yourself credit for.

    Keep your chin up, and be the proud strong woman that we know you are. We love you for it.


  25. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Originally posted by George, 10/23/2013:

    I followed the trial on a daily basis and I for one feel no fear of you and actually would love to meet you..many things were not taken into account as I am sure you are already aware…stay in touch with me…kindest regards, george

  26. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Originally posted by Jodi K, 10/23/2014:

    Jodi, Just want you to know, you are a very talented, beautiful, woman. I followed the trial the whole way and I believe in your innocence. I beleive, TA was a womanizer and you did what you had to do, to protect yourself. The books, are TRASH and are for idiots who like that kind of stuff. Stay strong, continue your art work, btw, AWESOME, and take one day at a time!

  27. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:20 am

    Originally posted by Joanna, 10/22/2013:

    Dearest Jodi,

    While being a full time business person, I managed to watch every inch of your trial. Your story was so familiar to me, and so much what I have lived, that my heart kept me totally engaged. I was routing for you every minute of every hour of every day. I still am. In fact I went to Fairfield Iowa this last July to become re-certified as a TM (transcendental meditation) teacher (I became a TM teacher in 1974 but needed to be re-certified in order to teach) just so I could potentially offer this to you in the prison where you are staying in Arizona. The deep rest and inner peace that TM enlivens in the body and mind is unsurpassable. I feel that you deserve to have this peace and I wanted to offer it to you. I would find a way to come to you and instruct you for free. I would pay for it.

    Please continue to be your radiant and genuinely sensitive self (as is reflected in your beautifully rendered art work), and know that there are no accidents in life, and that you are meant to do the spiritual work that you are doing in order to uplift others. I know you know this. You are very ancient and wise beyond your years.

    Much love,

  28. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:20 am

  29. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:21 am

    Originally posted by 7oneZ, 10/16/2013:

    From an artist’s perspective you are relating your current scenario with a hypothetical moment, which is the essence of what artists do. I couldn’t help seeing a fragile person stuck in a glass box with various signs pointing to it; like a circus elephant who must perform or a Lion (King of the Jungle) encaged to be a side show for entertainment only.

    I am not going to answer the question you’ve presented because rhetorical questions are not to be answered with words, rather action. You display, through words, the pain and ridicule you feel and although the feeling you used was very calm and inquisitive, I sensed a sort of lostness in the article. Not for me, but for you. For society.

    Maybe you are a victim, maybe you’re not; but what you’re saying is that you have no choice in the matter. No matter how right you are, or how Justified your destructive actions may be, you are not in control of the book being written about you and all you can do from where you are is pity the people who buy into the hypocrisy of the world.

    This is what I’ve gathered from your article. I don’t know if that is the type of reply or feedback you expected but allow me to say to you that you’re not alone in the fight for equality. Many women go through more or less what you’ve gone through (whether it be rough or pleasant) and not many women have the courage to stand up to men.

    Anyways… I enjoyed your blog, it got me thinking. I would hope you could add me as a friend to your social media sites because I really want to dive into your mind, more as a woman than a self-proclaimed artist.

    (P.S. I love your pictures, they’re pretty.)

  30. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:21 am

    Originally posted by Kris Craig, 10/14/2013:


    To be honest, I hadn’t really followed your trial. I can’t speak to your guilt or innocence because I lack the requisite information upon which to base a conclusion. What I do know is that we humans have the nasty habit of projecting all our anger and hatred onto those who cannot fight back. A woman convicted of murder makes a perfect target for that, unfortunately.

    Whether you deserve to be in prison or not, I just wanted to say that your artwork is amazing. I hope you can let go of the bitterness and resentment that invitably comes with listening to Nancy Grace’s shrill voice and continue exercizing your creative talents. You can still be a positive force in this world.

    Regardless of your guilt or innocence, you don’t deserve to die any more than your husband did. Nobody does. As a vehement opponent of the death penalty, I hope you and your legal team will be successful in avoiding that sentence.

    The loss of any human life is a waste and, contrary to what some people misguided by their own hatred might say, you are still a human being regardless of what happened that day. You are a beautiful human being with a beautiful talent and I would ask you to keep developing that talent and sharing it with the world, even if it is from behind bars.

    Please don’t misunderstand me– for all I know, you may very well have murdered your husband in cold blood then lied about it. Or you may have simply snapped after an abusive relationship. Given the lack of evidence either way, it would be impossible for any rational observer on the outside to know. But even if you are guilty, nobody is unredeemable.

    Please share your talent with the world and use your notoriety to to be a force for good. Whether they love you or hate you, you have people’s attention. They listen to you. A lot of good can come from that. All it takes is time and empathy. I know you have at least one of those. =)

    Best of luck to you, Ms. Arias. I hope you find your path.


  31. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:21 am

    Originally posted by Basse Krokke, 10/13/2013:

    The only people worse than the people writing those lies, are the people who read them. I wouldn’t waste my time reading one word of those books, for the same reason I didn’t watch any of the t.v. shows/programs about your case, Jodi; they’re nothing but salacious fodder for people who WANT to believe them. Nobody with a discerning mind is interested. In fact, I used to really like 48 hours, but after seeing the bizarre butchering they did of you and the facts surrounding your life, I will never watch that trash show again; they clearly have no interest in truth.

  32. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:29 am

    Originally posted by Lise, 10/13/2013:

    Hi Jodi,
    You have to consider the source of this book: Jane Velez Mitchell. The poster child for vindictiveness, mentall illness and ambulance chasing. There will always be people coming out of the woodwork to pretend they were your friends and profit from your moments of weakness.
    You have to let it slide off your back. There will be better books written. Who cares about this NHL ridiculous bunch of parasistes?
    We have the case of a Cuban man in Montréal who stabbed his girlfriend over 20 times in a domestic dispute and he received 12 years.
    Your case will be reviewed and the verdict overturned.
    You stay strong

  33. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:29 am

    Originally posted by Ray A. Chastain, 10/13/2013:

    You are such a strong young woman, I hope you remain so. I know in Arizona they have a “Son of Sam” law that prevents you from profiting from a crime. I believe that the same law should apply to those in the media as well, from the talking heads Jane, Nancy, ect., ect., all the way to the networks them selves. HLN made a fortune off that circus of a trial and they just kept stirring the shit every day, the more they stirred the more money they made. PFFF they call themselves journalists more like urinalists. If they couldn’t make huge sums of money maybe they would act more like real journalists and report the news not make it up as they went along.

  34. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:29 am

    Originally posted by Janeen Russo, 10/13/2013:


    You are a remarkable woman. Regardless of what transpired in 2008, it does not negate the fact that you are a human being, you are a citizen of the United States and you deserved a fair trial at the very least. The amount of hatred in this world in 2013 is deplorable and it makes my heart ache to be witness to how you have been vilified, attacked and targeted. My beliefs have always been to forgive. Jesus taught to turn the other cheek. I am just a simple woman; I have no power to judge anyone on their “sins”. I cannot support the idea that because of one horrible event in one’s life, they should be discarded like yesterday’s garbage. I hope it helps you to continue to be strong knowing you do have people that stand next to you with hearts full of love, support and compassion for you. I am one of them.

  35. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:30 am

    Originally posted by Lisette, 10/13/2013:

    My heart aches for you. I couldn’t imagine how you felt before, and DURING that awful circus of a trial. NOW….to still be having others profiting from your pain, putting bold-faced lies into a book they imagined & continuing to hurt you, your family, and anyone who supports you…It’s just disgusting. Even TA’s own supposed friends & family are profiting off a tragic event that destroyed 2 families!!!

  36. admin /

    May 21, 2014 at 7:30 am

    Originally posted by Deuel, 10/16/2013:

    Don’t worry about Jane Velez-Mitchell and her book> If she had a ghostwriter, that explains why it was better written than I would have thought (her English is not so good on her show). TA doesn’t seem like a very nice guy anyway – the book is laughable. His siblings are definitely trying to make a buck off of this and they didn’t seem to have a close relationship with him. Just move on and continue your art – start up a book club too is a great idea~ I can’t believe intelligent talented Jodi could be affected by such a stupid book.
    Think of the future and the wonderful things you can still do, You may get out on parole once everything settles down. The important thing is to have plans for the future and I believe you have them.
    A bientot

  37. Billy /

    May 26, 2014 at 5:17 am

    Jodi, I would read those books so I would be able to properly dispute their erroneous claims. There is little doubt that the author(s) of such books are only trying to gain their five minutes of fame and because you are such a ‘hot topic’ people will do what ever they can to make the most of it, for themselves of course. The JVM trash book is old news by now but I’m sure there will be more to follow from others who think they can make a claim to fame as well.

    By reading and disputing the claims these people make I would be better able to prove what we already know, they have little to no credibility and they are self serving to say the least. Someday it will be your turn to tell your story the way it should be told and, God willing, I’ll have the chance to read it.

    Much love to you always,


  38. Lorie C /

    May 30, 2014 at 6:59 pm

    Jodi …..you are a beautiful person,dont let these hypocrites get you down my love…will be writing you back real soon 🙂

  39. Billie jo /

    June 9, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    Ur A Wonderful Thoughtful Person…I’m Happy About Ur Letter U Sent Me…Out Of The ALL The Mail…U Responded 2 Me…THANK YOU…SERIOUSLY MADE ME FEEL SPECIAL. ..STAY STRONG LIKE U ALWAYS HAVE BEEN…ILL WRITE BACK SOON…♥ U

  40. Michael A. Padgett /

    July 12, 2014 at 10:58 pm

    Some Ancient words of Wisdom:

    “The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury.”

    “You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”

    “If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.”

    (Marcus Aurelius, Meditations)

    Some things are in our control and others not. Things in our control are opinion, pursuit, desire, aversion, and, in a word, whatever are our own actions. Things not in our control are body, property, reputation, command, and, in one word, whatever are not our own actions. The things in our control are by nature free, unrestrained, unhindered; but those not in our control are weak, slavish, restrained, belonging to others.

    Remember, then, that if you suppose that things which are slavish by nature are also free, and that what belongs to others is your own, then you will be hindered. You will lament, you will be disturbed, and you will find fault both with gods and men. But if you suppose that only to be your own which is your own, and what belongs to others such as it really is, then no one will ever compel you or restrain you. Further, you will find fault with no one or accuse no one. You will do nothing against your will. No one will hurt you, you will have no enemies, and you will not be harmed.”
    (Epictetus, Handbook)

  41. sarah price /

    July 21, 2014 at 11:24 pm

    Jodi, I love to read your writings. You express yourself so brilliantly and poetically. You should write a book or something. Can you attend college of some sort in prison. If you could just keep learning, I can’t even imagine where you could get with that beautiful mind. Hope you get to read books. Someone famous once said “when you read you are never alone.” I am sure you know who quoted that my brilliant girl. sarah p

  42. Kati /

    September 24, 2014 at 4:07 am

    Your case was turned into a showtime dramatization! Literally, I watched your court case on t.v. from Pennsylvania . I watched it over & over, trying extra hard to put myself in your shoes and understand. Peace,love,happiness, truthfulness, faith, serenity, wisdom, hope,…

    Kati 23 yearsyoung 12:07 AM

  43. Kim M /

    October 10, 2014 at 5:34 am

    Giirrrllll….. If you ever find your way out of that place, call me! (e-mail me) You have a friend and a warm place to stay right here. Good luck and keep your head up.

  44. Anthony Davi /

    November 2, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Jodi, I believe in you and your words 100%. My heart goes out to you more than you can imagine. I’m very glad to have become to know of you, & hopefully get to know you more. I luv your art, your spirit, & and other things about you. I’m happy to be part of these good hearted support groups & will continue to help in all ways that I can. Stay strong beautiful.

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