Saturday, 12 May 2012

Blogging for Madeleine

2 days ago through one of my lovely Twitter friends I came across this important and touching event - Blogging for Madeleine. This lovely girl, who went missing 5 years ago, is turning 9 today.
First of all Happy Birthday Little Princess!!!! All I wish for you on this day and every day is to come back to your family safe. And I believe that one day you will. And hope this day will be soon.

Madeleine been taken away from her dearest on Thursday, 3rd May 2007, whilst enjoy a family break in Praia da Luz in Portugal. I can't even imagine what it felt like for Madeleine's parent's to find that their beloved daughter disappeared. I remember days and weeks to follow this tragic event. I felt sick listening to all the accusations McCanns had to face. These people have to go to bed every night not knowing where their baby is - this is enough, they don't need to hear all the conspiracy theories made up by sick people, who are more interested in everyone else's life than their own. Why don't you all show your support, or simply shut up if you can't/won't do it??!!! I see Madeleine's parents from time to time, living in the same are. Only one look at the them and you know - they are parents who are looking for their little girl, not murderers, not someone who sells their child for adoption or organs donation. Please...

Mr and Mrs McCann - don't give up, you will have your precious little girl back soon. Paulo Coelho wrote once, that if you really and truly want something, every power on Earth and in Heaven will help you getting it. I believe in it with all my heart. Stay strong xxx

Madeleine - don't cry, mummy and daddy will find you xxx

And now to you soulless and heartless bastards who took this innocent child - return her to her family.
Look at her mother's tears and think of your own mother's, how would they feel if someone took you from them?

For more information please go onto

Metropolitan Police has now released a new age-progression image of Madeleine, a guide to what she may look like now, age 9. If you see a young girl, who looks anything like this please contact your LOCAL POLICE, or any of the numbers listed below.

Operation Grange
0207 321 9251 (in the UK)

+44 207 321 9251 (non-UK)

Crimestoppers in confidence 

Thank you for taking your time to read this. 

Many thanks to two lovely ladies leading the action: @AMummysView and @Tea and Biscotti


  1. Must have been awful living so close and seeing that pain. I do hope she comes home unharmed soon.

    Welcome to blogging.

    1. It's even worse to see them having to cope with all the accusations. I hope she will be back here soon too.
      Thanks for warm welcome x

  2. A very powerful post lovely. Thanks for joining up to #Blogging4madeleine and welcome to the world of blogging! Hope this week goes well for you x