I am so honored to have been a guest speaker on the podcast called “The Unlovely Truth,” by Lori Morrison. Please click on the link below to listen in. The story about Kristin’s stalking is horrific, as so many stalking stories are…it is always important to remember that stalking is serious, dangerous, insidious and needs to be stopped before it becomes lethal. Please share to help with awareness.
Lori told me that this episode has already being downloaded at her fastest rate ever! Let me know what you think about the episode, once you have listened to it.
Lori also said, “Thank you again for sharing so much wisdom and practical advice. I know it will make a difference in many people’s lives.”
I am so thankful to have been given the opportunity to share some information, so that others can have the same knowledge, that sadly I did not have until I had to travel this lonely journey, since Morgan’s stalking and murder.
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.
Great news!!! I am so excited, “Survivors” is now available for order in both paperback and Kindle formats. It will also be available in over 40,000 retail outlets around the world.
I was honored to be one of the contributors to this book, when I was given the opportunity to write a chapter about our daughter Morgan who was murdered and taken from our family, by a stalker. #JusticeForMorgan!
Morgan’s story is one of many cases that have been shared in Dennis Griffin’s book, “Survivors.” This book is a collection of true stories, stories that are truly shocking, all about America’s pursuit of transparency in law enforcement and the justice system. The book has been written by survivors/co-victims of these crimes in order to raise awareness. I am so proud of every single one of these families who had the courage to share their stories. I truly believe that when you #speakyourtruth you can help many other families that are dealing with the same issues. I would also like to give my heartfelt thanks to Denny, Delilah & Lynda for all of their help making this possible. #nevergiveup #raiseawareness #justiceforallvictims #betheirvoice #beapartofthesolution
Please share the link below with family, friends, and on your social media. I would also like to ask all of you who purchase the book, to please rate the book with a 5-star rating after reading it. As Lynda Cheldelin Fell explains, “Why is that important? A collective push right out of the starting gate is how a book reaches that coveted #1 position. Why is reaching #1 important? Because it reaches more readers. And even more important is the visibility and opportunity to open the dialogue about such an important subject as this. The Amazon ratings change hourly. For those of you on Amazon, would you be kind enough to write a 5-star review? The better the rating, the easier it becomes for readers to find.”
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.