Among the community that has banded together *like*no*other* in recent memory, are weary searchers, volunteers and the families that live without them, for days on end.
The readers and editors of www.blinkoncrime.com commend you today. I have spoken to many of you in the field, and I know that in an active investigation, there is so little to keep you motivated and strong.
Your community is a very spiritual one, as is Holly Bobo’s family. I also know that you are dealing with issues of dissension in your communal congregation if you will, and I wanted you to know the nation is watching and we hold you up this Easter weekend.
To the TBI, assisting LE agencies, and the great and powerful civilians working to find Holly Bobo today, we dedicate one of my favorite works of literature.
It is intensely personal to me.
My Gram, whom I miss dearly, was a career surgical nurse, as is Holly’s chosen study, read it to me when I was little, to the point of her exhaustion I presume..
As a small child learning to read, I would bound into their house and recite it from the framed needlepoint on the wall as if it was a ticket for admission to cross the foyer.
To The Family complicating these efforts: I offer this to you as well, in good faith.
Today can show YOUR faith and commitment like no other.
Ask for guidance today, it is there for you.
The hands of this community are strong and large. Prayers and Strength to Holly and the good folks trying to bring her home.
The House by the Side of the Road
by Sam Walter Foss
There are hermit souls that live withdrawn In the place of their self-content; There are souls like stars, that dwell apart, In a fellowless firmament; There are pioneer souls that blaze their paths Where highways never ran- But let me live by the side of the road And be a friend to man.