On March 16, 2012 one of our innocent children disappeared, believed to have happened during her trip to the local school bus stop. The case has taken such a turn that it is believed her abduction was purely random and that unfortunately she has been murdered. Although there has yet to be any information released to the public as to how she was murdered or what has investigators believing that she in fact is dead, for the lack of information that I would be allowed, I have to believe in my heart that she is still alive, somewhere out there, wanting more than anything in the world to return home to a family, a community that dearly misses her.
If anyone out there in blogger-land has any information regarding Sierra’s disappearance and/or her whereabouts, please put yourself in the shoes and hearts of her family and help out by contacting the Santa Clara Sheriff’s Department at (408) 808-4431.
For up to date information on how the case is going, you can follow on Facebook by going to: Help Find Sierra LaMar
So, my daughter will be touring with the Sacramento Mandarins for a second time, truly excited and very proud of her. If you would like to help with her tour fee’s, she has set up a donations/fundraising page through GoFundMe…. see the link below. In advance, we would like to thank you very much for your support.
First of all, thank you to all for the support, prayers and good thoughts for my sister.
I did have a chance to spend a week with her, it was a great time, she had many great days in which she insisted that we went sight seeing, so I had an opportunity to see the area and I will admit, it is gorgeous, who knew?
Unfortunately, shortly after my return home we got some news that was not so good.
As she had not previously been subjected to the treatment prior, what she thought and we believed were common side affects of the treatment were in fact not. In fact, it may have done more harm than good at this point. She has been removed from all treatment for a period of up to 5 days.
So as of now, it is once again a waiting game.