Morgan & Me 🙂
Morgan was always so much fun to be with, from the moment she was born Steve and I brought her almost everywhere we went. Every day was joyful with her in our lives – the world became a brighter place, from the smallest dew drop to the sound of the wind in the trees.
We used to call her our little Buddha baby, but her Godfather used to think she looked like one of the Precious Moments sculptures, so he used to buy them for her…she brought so much light and love to all of our lives – she did give us many “precious moments!”
It’s bittersweet to look at pictures now, because I miss her so much, and yet I am so extremely happy at the same time when I see her sweet smiles. I will always be grateful that I have so many pictures of her.
In my heart I know my baby is safe now and I will get to see her again someday…that day will be such a happy reunion. I know it will have to wait till my job here on earth is completed – Morgan did a great job during her time on earth, and going forward I will always strive to do my best, just as she did. I miss my girl with all my heart, and at the same time I still feel her all around…the invisible cord is still connected and always will be. A mother’s love never dies.
After seven long years of doing our own due diligence, digging for the truth in our daughter Morgan’s case, facts upon facts, and evidence upon evidence, has been continually revealed to us, BUT this past week has been exceptionally revealing!
When people cover things up, and they continue to cover things up, that ultimately can become their undoing…I never would have thought that before, but now I do. The truth never changes and is always revealed in the end, as long as you keep at it, and never give up, justice will come. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cover-up
Again, I want to thank everyone involved in Morgan’s case – everyone who is Team Morgan. Every single one of you have been instrumental in getting us to this point in her case. Some of you have been subjected to harassment and threats, but you never backed off from doing the right thing. Lies are being uncovered and criminal investigators, in top offices, can now see, in black and white, the trail of deception.
Do I think this is an isolated case of corruption? No, sadly I do not. Like someone told me a year ago, same story, different zip code.
As citizens of the United States of America, a country where our government promises oversight, in many cases like this, there is no oversight. And when that happens corruption is allowed to grow. Many people have told me over the years that we can’t fight this kind of fight, it’s useless…I guess I don’t believe in ever thinking anything is useless or impossible. In my heart I have always known there are really good people out in the world, those who still believe in justice, and want to make a difference, and I am so grateful that so many of those people have joined forces as Team Morgan, and guess what – they have, and are, making a HUGE difference! They will be the heroes of this story in the end – defeating the mythical dragon.
Morgan will get justice – this I firmly believe.
Morgan and her brother on her 3rd birthday
Morgan was blowing out the candles on her cake in this photo – I remember it was breezy out, so we left the cake in the box to protect the candles from blowing out. Funny how you remember things when you see a moment captured on film. Morgan always loved being outside, so we decided to have her party on the back patio that day.
I love all the memories from that house and ranch that Steve built. He built it with his own two hands. I miss those wonderful days. Days that I would never, not in a million years, have thought would end someday, because of a vicious stalker/murder who would enter our lives 17 years later.
I have been told that everything that happens in your life molds you into who you are today. Lessons learned or not learned make you who you are, and everyone’s life experiences are different. Having never experienced a stalker in my life, I had no idea what to expect or how to handle the situation when it entered our lives in 2011 – I was just so very frightened for my youngest daughter’s safety. Steve and I did what we thought we needed to do to protect her, but it wasn’t good enough…that I know now. So my goal will always be to raise awareness of the seriousness of stalking, so others can learn from the lessons I have come to learn the hard way.
Spreading fear in others is not my goal. I love my sweet Morgan, and I wish with all my heart that I could have been the one taken instead of her. The past can not be rewritten, but we all have the opportunity to change the future, so I hope and pray you will all cherish every moment of every day with those you love, because life is fragile, and remember if your gut tells you something is wrong, if you feel like someone is stalking you, don’t try to pretend it isn’t happening, take it seriously. Please share this information with others…you never know if that one time you share this vital information it may just be the time that saves another’s life.