26 December 2015

Neighbor's Daughter MISSING

My next door neighbor's daughter disappeared before Christmas. I usually don't post things like this on my blog but because I know the father and he's a good guy and a disabled veteran I want to do what little I can to help him. This is so shocking. She's a devoted mom of 3 small children and a loving daughter. If you have any information that may help to locate Kayla please contact Detective Barry at (270) 872-9102 or Radcliff Police Department. Here's the information that is known at this time.

  • One of her cards was used in Wisconsin at an atm machine after her disappearance 
  • Name: Kayla R. (nee Fernandez) Johnson
  • Hispanic
  • Age: 25
  • Last seen: 17 DEC 2015 at her father's house in Radcliff, KY 
  • Hair: Black
  • Eyes: Brown sometimes wears glasses
  • Height: About 5' 
  • Weight: 110 lbs.

The person in the above photo is the last person she was known to be with. He is a convicted felon. He has been convicted of felony child abuse in North Carolina, assault on a female and many other charges. See here for the source of this information and more info on him.

His information is--

  • Name: Brandon G. Pegram
  • White
  • Age: 25
  • Last seen 17 DEC 2015 Radcliff, KY
  • Hair: light brown
  • Height: 5 feet 9 inches
  • Weight: about 160
  • Piercings: nose and lip
Other pictures:

I Blew It--

I've been involved since we did our winter migration to Florida. Hubby has been working on finishing up the kitchen (it's very close to being finished) and I've been well, supervising and errand running. Before I left Kentucky, I set up a bunch of holiday related posts and I blew it dear remaining readers, because many of my followers didn't like them and 6 of my dear blog friends jumped ship and left me.

I suppose I could say it doesn't bother me because I'm doing this blog primarily for myself but the truth is, I am sad that someone took such a dislike to what I thought was a "treat" that they left. That's okay, because like I said this blog is for me. It is one way that I interact with the real world. I have a tendency to "hide" because of some things I've experienced in the past and this is one way I "socialize."

Christmas here was rather tame. I've been down with an upper respiratory infection for the last 4 days so we decided to stay home and not risk infecting anyone. My kind aunt sent over plates laden with a delicious Christmas meal.

I have a few finished projects to share with you and I'll be doing that soon. I'm hoping that your Christmas was full of love, cheer and most importantly--blessings.