It's sad when we turn the television on and see so much sadness in the world. It's even sadder when this sadness hits so close to home. In my hometown. I had recently added a article from someone's blog on this, with a link on the bottom of this entry, and also had his link as a favorite's of mine on my sidebar. He seemed to think I was putting this in as my entry although I had linked his site on the entry and also to the side. So I've chosen to just take it out completely. He's a great writer, and I thought by linking his site on the bottom, anyone reading would know it was written by him. Ok, now I'm losing track of what is important and what I mainly want is basically I just want to ask for prayers and good thoughts for Tara and her family. She went missing Saturday of last week, and has many people who are praying and keeping good thoughts for her and her family.
That's Tara on the left. The 5'3", brown-haired, brown-eyed 30-year-old didn't show up for work on Monday, October 24, 2005. When the school realized Tara had not shown up for work Monday, they called her in as a missing person. As it was, she had not been seen since Saturday night, October 22. No one knows what Tara was wearing when she disappeared... yet her house was locked and her car was there. The only items anyone could determine were missing were her purse and keys.
Nothing like this has ever happened in our hometown, for as long as I can remember we left the doors unlocked. Until the last few years when so many bad things seem to be going on everytime we turn on the television or pick up the newpaper.