9 Years Ago Today…

Our dragonfly candle is burning today for Morgan (our little dragonfly baby). It has now been exactly 9 years since I woke up, on that cold Friday morning, December 2, 2011, and found Morgan’s body…there are no words I can ever use to describe what that felt like. The pain was indescribable, and still is.

This morning, Steve said to me, while choking back his tears, “They murdered our baby, then lied about it!” What can I say to him? There is nothing I can do to change what was done to her, or how officials circled the wagons, and lied in order to change the truth, to cover up a murder. It is all so very wrong, but I know life is not always fair and never has been.

So, in all these past 9 years, Steve and I have pushed forward, trying everything we could think of to have Morgan’s case investigated (her murder was NEVER investigated). We are not giving up – we are gearing up for another big push. Every year we receive more and more information and evidence, as to what happened to her, and who was involved in her murder, and the subsequent cover-up of that murder.

Today & tonight, our family will grieve over the loss of our special and much loved Morgan. I know she will be wrapping her arms around us while we cry – I only wish we could see her again, hug her again, and kiss her once more.

My heart is breaking, but I still believe in “Lady Justice” and will continue to fight, till my dying breath, to see justice served for Morgan. I am determined to see the scales of justice balanced, for Morgan, as well as all victims of stalking and murder. This determination is the biggest reason I have not curled up into a ball of grief, sadness, and suffering. Determination, against all odds, keeps me focused, and hopeful. Never give up on hope, with hope, anything is possible.

Call me a dreamer, but I still believe in miracles, truth, honesty, fairness and love, and most of all I truly believe, if you never give up the fight for justice, you can move mountains. So, wish us luck, in the next 12 months we intend to move mountains…

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week – 2020

 

This year’s NCVRW theme—Seek Justice | Ensure Victims’ Rights | Inspire Hope.

As you observe National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) and the 2020 theme—Seek Justice | Ensure Victims’ Rights | Inspire Hope—view and share the 2020 NCVRW Theme Video.

This year’s theme underscores the importance of seeking justice for all victims of crime, ensuring that crime victims’ rights are honored, educating the public about those rights, and inspiring hope for individual survivors and communities. View the Theme Video to learn more about this year’s theme and share as part of your online campaign.

Hope & Peace…For All Victims/Survivors of Stalking

Acronym of Hope written on green chalkboard

For any of you reading this post, especially those who are living through a horrific stalking, I want to send you blessings of hope and peace.

So many times in our lives we hope, some say they pray, and others say they manifest…to me they are one in the same, but no matter how you think of it, just remember to ASK, BELIEVE, RECEIVE & NEVER GIVE UP!

Here’s the good news: You don’t have to make all the mistakes, because I already made many of them for you. When you read through the timeline of the stalking, starting at day one, https://morgansstalking.com/?p=389 you will read about what we thought, how we reacted, along with the things we did to try to catch the stalker, protect our daughter, and keep our lives moving forward. You will also read about all the mistakes we made along the way…at the end of 4 months of horrific stalking, all I wanted was to push a redo button. They say hindsight is 20/20 and that was so very true in my case. But, as we all know, there is no redo button – I could not change the outcome, Our youngest child, Morgan, was gone forever.

My hope has always been that through my timeline, of the actual day-to-day happenings during the four months of stalking, as I show what happened to our daughter Morgan, as well as my husband Steve and myself, that readers could understand what we did that worked and what we did, out of naiveté about stalker, that did not work. As of today I feel like it has helped many people, as they have written in to me over the years to thank me for this help. This Blog has reach almost 8 million people to-date and I hope it continues to help others over the years.

We can never bring our amazing daughter Morgan back, but for every other victim of stalking that may receive help some from me, in order to stop their ordeal, that is a piece of justice for Morgan. Stalking is insidious and frightening and can escalate to violence which can include rape and murder. Everyone needs to treat stalking with the seriousness it deserves. It is one of the most underreported crimes to-date, and there are many misconceptions about what stalking is really about. It is not romantic – it is a fixation and an obsession. It is a crime which destroys lives.

THE VOICE OF DESPAIR CAN BECOME ONLY A SOFT WHISPER…

I decided, after Morgan’s murder, that I would not allow myself to be a victim – I needed to take action in order to achieve justice for Morgan, as well as for so many other innocent victims in this world.

I get knocked down a lot – and yes, I feel sad and deflated – but the one thing I will never do is give up…every single day I wake up with a passion to get going, to take action and make something good happen. Don’t get me wrong, I make mistakes and I spend a lot of energy going in the wrong direction, but I continue to take action…I always pick myself up and try a different direction. The Universe seems to propel me when I am pointed in the right direction, just as it seems to knock me down when I am pointed in the wrong direction.

Joan Baez was right when she said, “ACTION IS THE ANTIDOTE TO DESPAIR”

As long as I keep moving forward, that little voice of despair seems to become a soft whisper, instead of an overwhelming thundering sound. Onward my friends!