Why Do I Do What I Do?
Posted by KindraLore on May 23, 2007
I have had someone close to this case ask me that.
Let me tell you now, I couldn’t in a million years tell you why I am still following this case so vigorously. Only those that have been around since the beginning like “Saucepan” know.
I don’t know Colton. I have never met him or any of his family. I live in Georgia. He lives in Oklahoma. Why do I care enough to keep on? At one point Becky Clark said it was because I had [visions of grandeur] . If you think that even for a second, then please google kindralore and you will see that I just have a soft spot for missing children.
After doing researching, talking to so many, I developed a soft spot for Colton. I saw things that didn’t ad up. I just started and kept going. That is all I can say.
Believe me, there are times when I would like to quit this. It puts an emotional strain on me. (I do not want sympathy or anything of the sort; I am expressing what my deal is and why I am doing it).
I have thought about changing the kindralore site and not having Colton’s name on it since I blog about other stuff now. (I have the Colton site, which has all entries on the right hand side in chronological order). But I cant. Some my come here to read something about some other subject and see that the site is about Colton. For Colton.
I have soul searched a million times about this. Should I quit doing this? Can I keep doing this? Why do I do this? The answer is I must keep doing this.
At one point I even took the blog down. However, my gut told me not to give up. I CANT give up. I want to, I cant. I have to keep this going until Colton Clark has been brought home, to the people that love him. Believe me, there are people that love him. This is what it is and nothing more. I hope you all understand and can help in any way possible. Bring Colton home.
The site for Colton that Rebecca and Rex Clark made for Colton, findcolt.com. findcolt.com has recently been taken down. (You can see a cached version [ here] ) The banner outside their home is gone. Austin is gone. They want it to fade away. I wont let it.