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My name is Patricia, I am 43 years old, however many people say I look 35. I have been incarcerated since 2010 and I have 17 years left. I’m looking for someone to be a good companion, someone to talk with, laugh with, and hopefully, make good memories with. I am a very open-minded woman with a wonderful sense of humor, I also have a serious side when needed. I enjoy reading and helping others. My favorite books are by Rhonda Byrne, “the secret”, “the power”, “the magic”. I’m more of a positive person, I try to stay away from negative thinking as much as possible. I hope this is enough to draw your attention. If you’re interested, I’m so excited to meet you.
• Date of Birth: 12/31/1978 (43 years old)
• Gender: Female
• Marital Status: Single
• Sexual Orientation: Bisexual
• Race: White
• Ethnicity: N/A
• Eye Color: Blue
• Hair Color: Brown
• Height: 5 ft. 9 in.
• Body Type: Average
• Hometown: Arizona (USA)
• Spoken Languages: English, Spanish
• Religion: Christian
• Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Profile will end on: 10/30/2023
Patricia Mayhorn #222166
ASPC Perryville, Lumley Unit
P.O. Box 3300
Goodyear, AZ 85338
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