120 Days In- My Time In Jail. The Final Chapter.

 

Hey Friend!
There’s good news and there’s bad news. Which do you want first? I’ll give you the bad news, because by now you already kinda know… This blog series is no longer available on this website. I’m sorry! I have always dreamed of writing and publishing a book, ever since my Dad bought me a typewriter on my 6th birthday.
The good news is, It’s finally happening! My book is in review on the Amazon Kindle website, and within the next few days will be available for pre-order! I know you are probably still mad at me, but I hope that you understand that this a huge goal, that I am actually about to freakin’ accomplish, and I want you to be excited with meeee!
I will post a link to the book here as soon as it becomes available, as well as share it on my facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/jugglingthejenkinsblog
Thank you for being interested in my stuff, it really means more than you know. And thank you for being a part of my journey. You may not realize it, but it’s people like you that inspire me to get my lazy ass out of bed each day and create content.
Me love you long time…
Tiffany Jenkins

Author: JugglingTheJenkins

Mother, wife, friend, recovering addict.....

32 thoughts on “120 Days In- My Time In Jail. The Final Chapter.

  1. YAAAAAAYY! WE’RE GOING TO REHAB WITH YA! This is so much more exciting then an episode of Pretty Little Liars. your voice should be heard in High Schools across the world!!! YOU have the power to change lives….. NOT EVERYONE can do that, Tiff, but it comes naturally to you. Your a real life unicon!

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  2. How is this story not published?? I just binged read your entire blog. You are amazing with words!! Who knew a hilarious video on your Facebook page would’ve brought me here. But I’m so happy it did! Such a multifaceted story of struggle, pain, fight for life and redemption. Thank you. And I can’t wait to read the next entry.

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  3. I also just binged on this blog. Really should have gone to bed, but I couldn’t stop reading. You are so great at revisiting a horrible experience and bringing humor and authentic emotion. I feel like I was there. I love how God steps into hell for us. You were able to reach out and tap into that reality, then write about it. Incredible and awesome.

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  4. You are now officially my new favorite person. I stumbled across this in a mom group cliché yes but it happened. You rock, and I am now a big fan and am sharing with my favorite real life friend who was just released from detox two months ago. I am her ride to the suboxone clinic a few days a week. I have so much admiration for her strength and yours. Kudos mama love you

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  5. Your story is AMAZING!! I can relate so much to you. I have 3 years and 2 months clean and sober now. #wedorecover! Your writing is perfect. Thank you for sharing 💜

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  6. Soooooo, I read the rehab one first and then came back to this one. I have been binge reading for a day!! I truly think you should publish your story. I have a 24 year old daughter and a 19 year old son. Both have struggled with abuse, homelessness, addiction and more. My daughter is free from her addiction and my son is still living in his. My heart aches everyday. Your story and videos have really helped me understand a little more. Thank you for sharing with us!

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  7. I see a book deal in your future… I bet if you combined it all and sent it around you’d get an offer!! This was an amazing ride. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. You have a talent girl!! Please pursue it with a vengance. I myself am 48 days clean today, your story has given me hope and lots of laughs. Please dont stop writting, I for one am hooked!

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  9. OK! So I starting reading “My Secret Life” before this one. Now its all coming together. Lol I’m sure I’ll be awake all night reading your blog. Your writing is amazing, just sucked me right in. You are a wonderful woman! I’m also a friend of Bill W. I can totally relate to a lot of your posts. Been clean and sober 3 years in Oct. IF I make it. I’m a SAHM of 3 and your blogs and fb posts having me laughing so hard. Thank you for being so honest and funny, thats exactly how I live my life.

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  10. Your story is amazing. I read the other series before this one. And I just binged read all of these tonight. I am so amazed by your story. You could help so many women.. I never struggles with drugs or alcohol as much as I Dr with a sex addiction. But my hubby spent 3 years in prison. I met him while he was there. Your story is amazing.

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  11. Stayed up way too late finishing this last night! You are such a great storyteller. I found you from the mom group video on Facebook…you’re my new fave blogger! Can’t wait to read the others! Keep it up!

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  12. This was very nice to stumble upon as I just got out of jail in August and finished up with sentencing last week. I’ve been feeling lost like I don’t know what to do next. This helped to put things into perspective and remind me that going back is not an option, so onward we go.
    Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences and life lessons with us, much love to you.

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  13. I stumbled upon a video of yours today, “Get Ready With Me, I think I nailed it”, which had me creeping lots of your videos, you crack me up I LOVE them!!!!!

    These videos somehow turned into me checking out chapter one of the 120 days in. I neglected most of my adult responsibilities and just finished the last chapter, hooked is what I am! I am captivated. You are an inspiration. I have 14 years clean and really enjoy hearing others speak of their battles and success, It is good to feel not alone in this crazy world. I wish you much continued success and will continue to read your story!

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  14. I stumbeled upon your blog by complete accident here it is 5 hours later and I cannot put the phone down. I am fairly certain you are my spirit animal. Thank you for your honesty and I so look forward to reading everything you write.

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  15. Amazing!! I am speechless. I binged the story in a few hours, staying up waaaayyyy past my bedtime! She what you do to us??!! 😂
    I truly look forward to the chapters on how it went at the halfway house. I have Faith that it went well and was a great place for you … but the suspense of the public defender saying it was trouble to go there has me curious as to what you may have had to battle while you were there!
    Until then, I will go back in time with you and read those chapters now.
    Thanks again, you are awesome!!!!!
    Jen

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  16. I just sat and binge read all 21 chapters! I need more! I can relate to your story so much! Please keep writing! You’re an inspiration!

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  17. So I’ve watched all your videos and had heard you mention you were an addict but didn’t really think much about it ( obviously l was glad you got clean) but l’m seriously over here with my jaw hanging open after reading this and your “two faced” posts (all in about an 8 hour time span…and l have 4 young kids so that’s saying a lot 😂). Your story is amazing…and needs to be heard!!!

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  18. Oops that was my post the Anonymous one with the Happy faces. Sorry. I got to excited and posted before I entered my info. 🤗🤗🤗

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  19. Ill add my name to the list of people who just binge read the jail blog. I started by going in order and reading all of your blog entries, but after like chapter 4 I had to just skip ahead to the jail stories because I couldnt stand the wait. My house is wrecked and i have about 20 loads of laundry to do, but this was seriously so good I couldnt put it down. Now I have to go back and read the others before i start your next series or the same shit will happen. You need to get published. This would be an amazing book. It could potentially help so many people. And knowing that you made it, and you have a beautiful family lets people know that there is hope and they could change their lives like you did. My fiance is an addict. Today is the day that he goes in to start outpatient treatment and get his first dose of subox. He is having massive anxiety and im doing all that i can to support him through this. He has been addicted to prescription meds for over 6 years (long before we started dating) imagine my surprise when he was finally honest with me. Anyway that is why i found you. I was trying to research how to help him and be supportive without also enabling him and it led me to your blog. You give me hope. You survived and beat addiction. Thank you so much for sharing. K i have to get the kids to school. Wish us luck today as we start this journey.

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  20. Your story is amazing. I’m hooked. You inspire me and give me the strength that I need to continue with my sobriety. You remind me that I’m not alone. You are a great writer and I can’t wait to buy your books

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  21. Well i came to bed tonight with no intention of reading a blog tonight but I started it and i had to finish 120 Days. Wow girl!!! You have a way with words. You have an amazing story and I can’t wait to read the rest.

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