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Nothing to lock tonight

There's no real news from Jen or Jeff today. But *so* many of you guys out there have been busy, busy, busy. Writing these updates is...hard. But no news is still good news, today.

There are a couple of ambiguous leads that are being checked out -- Jeff's making sure that the police follow *any* bit that comes their way, so don't hesitate to pass along anything you know. It will be checked out, no matter how silly. If you're out there, feeling hopeless, don't. Positive energy is what we need -- some believe in prayer, some believe in meditation, some in spells, some in communication with universal powers. And some just believe in what's real in this world. Whatever it is that you believe in, point that power in Jen's direction if you can find a way.

Of course my offer to mask any private information stands, as well.

In more concrete terms, nmissi had a great suggestion. If you live in the continental US, grab a flier from the website and take a drive to some of the rest stops and gas stations near you. Drop off a picture of Jen, in case she stops for gas or a soda. We've got more manpower here than the Fairfax County Police, I'm quite sure. Let's put it to use.

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sweet_ali
Mar. 9th, 2004 10:11 pm (UTC)
Very good suggestion. My boyfriend works in the Virginia area and I had him print out a bunch of the flyers and distribute them in the area. I feel so helpless with this, at least this action seemed proactive.

Once again, thank you for keeping us updated. Good thoughts!
paratti
Mar. 10th, 2004 03:44 am (UTC)
I'm sure the police would have checked it, but I take it she didn't take her passport with her (if she had one). Just hoping desperately she just got on a plane.
emrinalexander
Mar. 10th, 2004 10:21 am (UTC)
I don't know you, but I'm just a few hours away, in southern Pennsylvania. I'll print out flyers and get them posted around the area, just in case.
chrisjournal
Mar. 10th, 2004 11:16 am (UTC)
Thank you, Nansi/Em! There's no telling where she might be, and I know Jeff is grateful for everything that this wonderful online community is doing. So am I, for that matter.
emrinalexander
Mar. 10th, 2004 11:31 am (UTC)
Thank you, Nansi/Em! There's no telling where she might be, and I know Jeff is grateful for everything that this wonderful online community is doing. So am I, for that matter.

I'm just sorry that I got to meet you on LJ under these circumstances. Just wish there was more I could do to help out. Please keep us posted should there be any (hopefully good) news. I will be praying hard for everyone and for a good outcome.

chrisjournal
Mar. 10th, 2004 06:32 pm (UTC)
That's the thing, though, right? Good comes from even the most horrible of circumstances. Having no news to report tonight to folks, I can at least say that I've met some wonderful people today. Thanks for helping.
babyotto
Mar. 10th, 2004 02:15 pm (UTC)
Amidst all the worry and stress of Jen's being missing, I took a moment this morning to admire how people pull together in a crisis like this - how many people, often even those who don't *know* Jen at all, are helping out and sharing the worry.
Hooray for all of you. You're all wonderful.
chrisjournal
Mar. 10th, 2004 03:30 pm (UTC)
Goes both ways, you know. Look at how many international folks are throwing their good wishes and support out here. It's awesome, in the traditional sense of the word.
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