Saturday, December 31, 2005

Looking for Sarah

Wondering what Sarah is doing Tonight
Nothing going on here. :( Another New Year's Eve and still no Sarah. There are people who know. Why won't they help us? Guess it's the way people are nowadays. Funny, though, that you can catch them changing their stories because they just happened to forget what they had originally said. Funny, that if they'd told the truth in the first place, they wouldn't have to try to remember their lies! Let's take Amber, for instance. Did she go to school that day? Who knows? She's said it both ways! She said she was with Curtis looking for Sarah all day. Then she said that she went to school that day. Sooooo, which was it? Huh, Amber? Why don't you try telling the truth for a change? Could be good for your soul. Think about how you would feel if one of your daughters was missing, and there were people who knew exactly what happened. Would you want them to tell you, or do you really believe that they would be doing her a favor by never telling. What if you daughter ran into some trouble, but you didn't know and couldn't help protect her? What if she had a baby but you didn't know anything about it? Think about how you would feel. Well, you haven't really come close to how I (we) feel, yet. There are more thoughts that have crossed my mind than you could ever imagine in your wildest dreams. And how about you, Dani? How would you feel? You have changed your story at least 3 times, too. I asked you a certain question, waited a few months and asked again, then waited quite a while and asked again. Each time your answer was different. Do you remember that? I asked you about it when you were here. Think about it and maybe it'll come to you. Are you part of the solution? Don't think so!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

My name is Rebecca and I have been following the story of your daughter Sarah for about 1 year now. Any chance I get I search for any information that I can find that may lead to her.

I just want you to know that I pray for you and your family everyday...and most of all I pray that Sarah will return.

Love & Prayers,
Rebecca

Jodie Weeks said...

just wanted to let you know i have been following sarah's case. We have a thread up for her at websleuths:

http://websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=956112#post956112

Also, another poster found this picture of a girl named Sarah that has an uncanny resembelance...
please check this out!

http://www.vannhealthcare.com/product%20catalog%201/web%20images/sarah.png

Jodie Weeks said...

Edit-

OK I’m thinking the Sarah I posted you about is not her. It just “happens” to be a different Sarah Kinslow living in Kentucky. I am thinking this because there is a Laura Kinslow that works there too that is most likely her mom.

http://www.vannhealthcare.com/staff.htm

Sorry to get your hopes up! She is out there somewhere! She is always in my thoughts!

Anonymous said...

I just wanted you to know that I understand loosing someone is an extremly hard ordeal. But you must always look to see all sides of the story!!

Mom said...

The only side of the story I can see is that Sarah is still missing. This is the worst thing that has ever happened to our family. I die inside a little every day. If she's alive she should contact us. We hold nothing against her.

M Jones said...

Hey Anonymous#2
Why dont you walk a mile in moms shoes? What if it were your child?What all sides of the story are there?There cant be too many.. and the fact u dont want to be known makes us go hmmmmmmmmmmm........???
::::blessings to all::::M Jones