Corrie is a missing British Military Serviceman who disappeared mysteriously after a night out in Bury St Edmonds in September 2016.
Neither Corrie, his phone or his wallet have ever been found.
Tonight from 8-10 pm UK time there is a tweet storm. If you can please tweet to keep Corrie in the headlines and also to raise awareness as there are still people out there unaware of his disappearance.
Well yesterday was a new experience for me as I helped my neighbour with her sons 9th birthday party. A Hummer limo ride for an hour complete with 15 kids, followed by food and party games. All I can say was clean up was fun but the kiddies had a superb day and that's what it's all about. Oh and when a 9 year old puts his arms around you and gives you a kisses several times throughout the day then says thank you for helping mum with my party.. awe bless my heart melted every time. Love that boy to bits.
Hope you all have a day filled with love, joy and cheer surrounded by family and friends.
If you have an elderly neighbour or someone who lives alone nearby why not extend the hand of friendship and invite them over, even just for a cuppa and cake. You may well be their only Christmas cheer this year.
Not sure how many of you are aware of the missing airman Corrie McKeague who disappeared from Bury St Edmonds after a night out some 13 weeks ago.
Sadly there have been a lot of missed opportunities on this case and the family are doing their best to raise funds to hire a private investigator and also to keep Corries name in the public name.
I can't begin to imagine how a mother feels at any time knowing their child is missing and they will be in my mind even more so today with it being Christmas. In support of their cause I decided to make a glass bauble for the tree which included some crystals for protection, jingle bells to guide him through the dark and a piece of lucky white heather as he's a fellow Scotsman.
I hope and pray they receive a Christmas miracle today.
When one of your besties come to stay and you pop to Pizza Hut for what turns out to be a two and a half hour meal session complete with a fantastic manager who came and sat down to have a conversation with us and a fun waitress who definitely decided we were completely bonkers by the time we left lol