A FIBROMITE’S THOUGHTS ABOUT MADDIE

by Jeanne Hambleton © 2007
NFA Leader Against Pain & Fibromyalgia Advocate

 I know we maybe a little tired of reading about the little English girl who disappeared while on holiday with her parents in Portugal, but this morning here in the UK, an email arrived from a friend in America. It was marked “MADDIE – Pass it on”.

Maddie’s story has been on the front of our UK newspapers almost EVERY day for the past six months. Whatever you might think happened; no matter what your views are about who and what was involved; the fact remains this little girl is still MISSING – presumed ALIVE, we hope.

I dread to think what this sweet little 4 year old must be going through if she is alive and I know this trauma will scar her mind for evermore, but as parents or grandparents, we would want help from everybody and anybody if this happened to a member of our family.

PLEASE remind everyone you know that we are STILL looking for Maddie. If the message below works, as it did in my email, it is  easy to look at and there is one special photograph of her looking down, which is very memorable. If you are a big softie, you might need a kleenex.

For Maddie’s sake tell your friends, family and everybody. Keep the Maddie memory alive until she is found.

I realise you are all busy people – so am I – but I am a parent and my heart goes out to this little girl. What can she possibly have done to deserve this?

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED. It will take just a few minutes to forward this to those you know. PLEASE DO IT NOW. Yes she could be anywhere?

Thanks for your time. Jeanne 

Click on Maddie !

è Maddie

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Folllowing Rick Usher's death in December 2008, at his request in September of that year, I had agreed, as his principal contributor and an experienced journalist, to run the FMS Global News service due to his heavy commitments to music and raising research funds through this avenue. Following his sad and sudden death I hope to continue his work as he would have wished.
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