Family, friends cling to faith as search continues for missing St. Petersburg mother and daughter

The Saint Petersburg Police Department is asking for the community’s help to find a missing mother and her college-age daughter. Family of the pair have not heard from the women for days, and they’re concerned.

On Sunday, family and friends searched for hours across Pinellas County looking for clues as to where the women might be. 

It’s now been four days since anyone has seen or heard from this mother and daughter pair from St. Petersburg. With each day that passes the worry only grows. 

“If Alexis or her mom would go anywhere, they would take their phones with them. If they were to go on trips or anything there would always be posts on Alexis‘s Instagram. She was always excited about traveling so for them to just disappear is not like them at all,” said Desiree Cook, Alexis’s

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Phoenix-area family sells home, possessions and hits the road in RV | Arizona News

PHOENIX, (3TV/CBS 5) – So far, 2020 has been a rough year. From the pandemic, to layoffs, national protests, nasty politics, murder hornets, we’ve had to handle a lot of unexpected news.

So much is out of our hands right now, so instead of trying to figure out how to make life work with kids doing online school while looking for a new job, one Valley family decided to embrace the messiness and take charge of the things we can control.

Jason and Dellynn are taking a leap of faith with a kind of wild decision.

The two have been sharing the adventures and misadventures of their blended family of seven on their Youtube channel, “Our not so perfect life.”

Jason is a freelance sports photographer and Dellynn was working with the Arizona Humane Society.

“We had all these plans and some of them got side-swiped,” Dellynn said.

When they

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Family catches mailman playing hopscotch in front of their house

This mailman delivered some smiles.

A family in England wanted to see what would happen if they left a hopscotch game drawn on the sidewalk leading up to their house. Fortunately for them, one of the neighborhood mailmen was in a playful mood.

Jessica Hamersteen’s doorbell camera captured the mailman as he hopped across the drawn on game board.

Jessica Hamersteen’s doorbell camera captured the mailman as he hopped across the drawn on game board.
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Jessica Hamersteen said the mailman who hopscotched his way up to the house wasn’t their normal mail carrier, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reported. While she didn’t recognize the man, she was apparently happy to see what he did when he noticed the hopscotch game drawn on the sidewalk.

Hamersteen’s doorbell camera captured the mailman as he hopped across the walkway.

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The game had reportedly been drawn on the sidewalk the previous evening by Hamersteen’s niece and

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Harry and Meghan book lifts lid on bitter split with family

London (AFP) – Prince Harry and wife Meghan blamed “viper” courtiers for widening their rift with the royal family, according to extracts from a new book published in The Times on Saturday.

The couple say they did not contribute to the new biography “Finding Freedom”, written by journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, but friends of the couple provided much of its content.

The book, serialised in The Times, will claim that Harry felt “unprotected” by his family, and lay bare his split from brother William and his wife Kate.

Kate even refused to make eye contact with her sister-in-law at their final engagement in March, according to the new release.

Harry apparently referred to senior courtiers as “vipers” who felt that the global popularity of the couple was overshadowing the family and “needed to be reined in”, according to extracts.

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The book, to

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