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I Got Lost

You may have noticed that I have been on a little break from posting on my blog and from other social media. After the publication of Angry Macey, it was my intention to keep up my blog even as I took a little writing break before aggressively starting a new project. But other factors intervened. Then I felt as though I should announce my break. But by then it seemed like it had been too long and it was obvious.

My Seasonal Affective Disorder always kicks in with a vengeance in October. That has really brought down my energy level, my drive to get anything done, my will to live.

The holidays slowed me down as well.

I follow the case of the missing Skelton brothers from nearby Morenci, Michigan. The anniversary of their disappearance every year is a reminder that they are still gone. A recent news story where bones were discovered in Montana sparked new media interest. Initial testing showed that the bones were from three children, roughly the same ages as the missing boys. We still await results form further testing. Here is a link to the news story.

http://www.13abc.com/content/news/Michigan-State-Police-looking-for-clues-on-missing-Morenci-boys-in-Montana-464246273.html

And then shortly after Christmas, we got a new addition to our household. This little girl.

Bailey Boo, roughly 13 weeks old in this pic.

Here name is Bailey. She is a super cute shepherd mix, but 100% puppy and she keeps us on our toes. I am still not over my former dog Dave that I lost last September, and probably never will be. But our house felt very empty with no dog in it. Bailey fills that hole.

So, just stick with me while I decide what the next project is I should put my attention toward.

I have zero author events scheduled for 2018. So if you want to see my face, you should invite me to your event or local library, etc.

Please, please send along any house-breaking tips if you have them. They would be much appreciated.

Thank you.

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Have You Seen Me?

As I was able to share another milestone with my son over the weekend, it only makes my heart hurt more to realize that the Skelton brothers have been missing for seven years.

SEVEN YEARS.

That is seven years that their mother did not get to experience milestones with them. Times three.

Here is a link to an updated news article regarding their disappearance.

The link: http://www.wxyz.com/news/the-skelton-brothers-7-years-later-the-disappearance-mystery-and-heartbreak

The Skelton brothers have been missing for most of a decade. They could truly be anywhere by now. And their father who took them and is rotting away in jail sure isn’t talking. (Don’t worry, he will be out in a few years, boys or no boys.) So please, take a look at the most recent age progressions and report to authorities if anything seems familiar.

Skelton Brothers Missing Poster with Age Progressions

Thank you for your time. And hug your family a little tighter knowing they are safe under your roof.

Just a Reminder

Just a reminder…

Are those three words that your boss sometimes says to you that grate on your nerves? Or that your father says lovingly before you step through the door and out into the big, bad world? Or a phone call from the American Red Cross letting you know there is a blood donation date coming up right in your neighborhood?

Well, this is none of those things.

This is just a reminder that these three boys have been missing six years to the day. And they are still missing.

Usually there is a small story on the local evening news. Several years ago, there was a vigil.

As of this morning, when I googled “missing Skelton brothers”, no recent news stories pop up. There have been no updates to their Facebook page. The website set up to help locate them no longer exists.

Nothing was ever put out into the media that there was reason to give up on the search, or give up hope that they are out there.

All I can say is it is a good thing the father who took them (and isn’t telling where they are) is behind bars for kidnapping, because otherwise his wife may have tortured him for the information by now. If he was my husband, I know I would have wanted to. If the worst is true and he killed them, he could at least have the decency to let everyone know where they are buried so that the rest of the family could have peace of mind.

How is it that easy to just make three human beings disappear into thin air?

I didn’t know these boys personally, but this time of year, on the anniversary of their disappearance, they are always close to my heart.

Kindly keep an eye out, would ya?

Original pictures with age progression. Six years is a long time.

Original pictures with age progressions released in 2015. Six years is a long time.

Follow the romantic entanglements of The Riley Sisters in my books:
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4 Years

It has been four years today since the three Skelton brothers were taken by their father and never seen again.  He sits in prison, convicted of kidnapping.  He is the only one who knows what happened to them, and he ain’t talkin’.

The Skelton Brothers, missing since 11/26/10

The Skelton Brothers, missing since 11/26/10

Andrew, Alex, and Tanner Skelton lived in a town about a half hour from me.  Their disappearance is linked to a very important event in my life.  So, I always know how long that they have been missing.  I can’t imagine what it would be like to lose one child, let alone three.

Every now and then in my house we mention them.  They are not forgotten, even though I never personally knew them.  Sometimes when I mention them, my son will ask about “The Skeleton Brothers”.  And I can’t help but think that, “I really hope that they are not skeletons by now.  I really hope they will miraculously be found someday.  Jaycee Dugard‘s case gives me hope.”

Here is a blog post that was recently written by their cousin.  It is very powerful.

http://kidblog.org/WritersHour5/a368c340-6888-4f7b-a500-6ab285e642ed/just-two-little-words-thats-all-i-ask/

For more on the Skelton Brothers, please visit:

https://imnotstalkingyou.com/2012/08/28/i-thought-they-would-have-found-the-missing-boys-by-now/

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