06 September 2008

Please Pray

UPDATEMyriah arrived home safely around 10am this morning. Apparently she'd just been having a lark and was quite surprised and embarassed to realize that there was a full-blown search and rescue going on on her behalf.

Please pray for wisdom for her parents!

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My friends, Hugh and Bonnie, were expecting their teen daughter Myriah home from a local fair last night. She and her boyfriend, Luke, never made it home. Right now they are both missing.

Mulletman has gone to join the search parties.

Please pray that they will be found soon!

12 comments:

Bluegrass Mama said...

I'm so glad she was safe, but am constantly amazed at how clueless teenagers are about the "worry factor."

anno said...

What a relief! I'm so glad this turned out well. Sending along prayers for all their families.

Ms. Karen said...

Spawn pulled this same thing way-back-when (I think she was 16 at the time). When she came home, I wasn't sure if I wanted to kill her or hug her.

I punished both of us when I grounded her.

When Bubba was seven, he went to a friend's house after school instead of coming home. Of course, he didn't call...

I'm so glad Myriah is home safe and sound. How about Luke?

Penless Thoughts said...

Glad they are okay and I read this after the update was posted.
Susan

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

Thank God they are safe!

Lori said...

Praise God that they she came home safely. I will be praying for wisdom for her parants.

Tammy said...

Oh, so glad they are OK...

Well, except for whatever discipline comes her way...!

Selma said...

What a relief. How stressful for all concerned. At least it turned out well!

Jungle Mom said...

Better embarrassed and safe than not. PTL!

Keetha said...

I too join the voices of those who are glad she is safe.

Kids are often clueless as to how their choices affect others.

PEA said...

Every parents' nightmare, to have a child go missing, no matter how old. I can imagine their relief when she finally came home...maybe now the daughter will realize how important it is to check in at home by phoning if staying out later!!! xoxo

Corn Dog said...

That was kind of scary. You'd think she'd let her parents know.