Then I googled missing children this morning. The website I went to said that there are over 800,000 missing children reported each year (that is nearly 2,200 every single day). Twenty-five percent of them are taken by a parent or relative, but the other 75% are not. Yucky statistics. And I hate it because it makes this Dylan case just another case and I fear that it won't seem important to people. Again, I'm so torn up about this missing boy that I don't even know how to process it sometimes.
There's my depressing post for the day. Sorry.