Wow, has it really been a year since I've posted on here?!! Guess so.
Nothing much has changed. Sarah is still missing - we are still missing her so much - still trying to find her with little to no success. No recent leads. I've heard here and there in the last several months to a year that she was seen here or seen there. When I ask if they called the police, the answer is ALWAYS "No". So, that brings up a couple of questions: Was it really her that was seen? Since people know that she's still missing, why don't they call the police and tell them that she was seen at a certain time, at a certain place. Do they really care? Why would somebody tell you that they saw her, and in the next breath say that they didn't call the police. Would they want me to call the police if their daughter was missing? Would they want me to tell their daughter, "Hey, call your mom, she's dying inside, or call your sister, your dad, or somebody in the family so they can at least know that you are alright. I would do one of those things at the very least.
I feel like anybody who sees a person that is missing, is responsible to call the police and tell them when, where, and who with you saw the person. Can you imagine your loved one being missing for several years, not having seen them even once during that period of time, not knowing if they are alive and well - or not?
Since it's been more than 6 heartwrenching years, she surely knows that there is no way she's in trouble with the police, with her family, or with anybody on the face of this earth.
Sarah, if you ever read this, please call home - same number, same house. Becca is there during the day - almost all day long, and I'm not. So, if you don't want to talk to me, talk to her. She misses you and worries about you.
We love you and will NEVER stop looking for you. I pray that you are alright, safe, warm, happy, well, and still have the great laugh, beautiful smile, and sense of humor.