A couple of months ago I met a nice woman at the Mc Donald's playground. (stop judging me for my love of McDonalds!) Our kids were playing and we all hit it off. We had a few more play dates and she and I met up for a couple of night's out without our families. I really liked her.
Well... she has disappeared.
Her email bounces back.
Her cell phone number has been cancelled.
Her house phone has been disconnected.
The last time I had heard from her was about 2 months ago. Sometimes she and her children travel with her husband on business so the first month seemed relatively normal. Than I noticed it had been awhile since we'd spoken... but hey we're all busy. Then after about two months had passed I tried contacting her and that is when I discovered something was up.
Of course, my first instinct was to think ...
"What have I done to offend her so much she had to change all her numbers and her email?!" (WHAT?!! I told you I'm naturally guilt ridden.) Then when I dismissed that as a bit over the top I started to really worry about her.
What happened? They weren't planning to move and her husband works for himself FROM HERE. She told me many times that they were here permanently. They own their home so it's not like their lease was up and they had to move. Plus none of that would effect your email anyway. I suppose they could have just changed email/phone carriers but wouldn't you send out a mass update? And that wouldn't disconnect your home line... even with a new carrier you'd keep your number.
I Googled them to see if maybe they had had a bad accident. I don't know what else to think.
Witness protection program?!
So what would you do if you were me? Stalk them relentlessly?
I drove by her house to see if it was for sale... it wasn't. But that doesn't prove anything. Her car wasn't there but of course they doesn't prove anything either.
I think I have a job for The Brown Sugar Detective Agency... It might be time for Sugar Mahoney and I to reunite and solve this case.