posting for hailey!

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No need to be mean Apolda I know it looks nasty ;3;

Meet Pamela King!

She’s a bit on the quiet side but always willing to help!

Don’t know what In Two Minds is? Click here to read from the start!

Sorry this is so late, but man school’s been HECTIC. ;v; Doesn’t help I’m not used to being this busy;; @v@

Hailey Burns is a 16 year old girl who vanished after walking out of her home in Charlotte, North Carolina  on May 23 2016. Her mother checked all the doors the night before and they  were all locked, but when her family tried to wake Hailey up for school the next morning, she was gone and the front door was wide open.  Her father says she left a diary behind that had a detailed plan to run away with a 32-year-old man she met online. Hailey has Asperger Syndrome and has had behavioral issues in the past. Her family did everything they could to stop this from happening, but it still did.

There is very little media coverage about this, but what we do know is Hailey’s parents tried to eliminate all social media from their home.They were very strict with phone and computers usage but it is thought that Hailey used her friends phone or the school’s computer. Hailey also had several  severe medical conditions that require medication, but she didn’t take any of them with her.

Hailey is 5’4” (1.63m), 130lbs (59kg) and has curly, brown hair and hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black long sleeved shirt with Marilyn Monroe on it, and Converse tennis shoes. She may be wearing a blue book bag with flowers on it.

If you have any information about Hailey’s whereabouts, please contact the FBI’s Charlotte Field Office at (704) 672-6100 or the Charlotte-Mecklenburgh Crime Stoppers tip line at (704) 334-1600.

I’m Fine

My mind has been occupied by of millions of thoughts (all heartbreaking) about Jay’s life post-Erin, and since we all know we probably won’t see much any of this on the show… this is my attempt to bridge the time jump between the season 4 finale and the season 5 premiere, and basically trying to reconcile myself with a Linstead-less Chicago PD. Writing this has been therapeutic to say the least.

Also HUGE shout out to everyone I’ve chatted to about this idea, the support in this community has just been incredible! And special thanks to @halsteadpd and @whistlewhileyouwrite for helping me work through some speed bumps along the way!

(Sorry, this—note and story, apparently I can’t shut up—is insanely long) 

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