Bumping because I can't believe no new leads have come of this...and no mentions in the news at all since late 2014 a couple months after she went missing. I can't accept that someone can just go missing in a community (which honestly isn't very large) and people just move on with life. If she did just "walk away", she couldn't have got far without money or an ID. If she was walking away to end her life, the search radius could only be so large. The facts we have here: - She left everything behind (keys, wallet, ID, etc) - She wasn't feeling good and left work early to get some rest - Her husband left for 2 hours to run errands - She was last seen "walking down" a local road but it has never been mentioned who saw her OR if that is just inferred knowledge from husband - Left a note, uncharacteriscally, that she was going for a walk and "Love you". She was much more of a phone call/text type of person - Door was locked when husband returned to find note and her missing - Husband last saw her laying down sleeping "peacefully" - Had spells of depression according to husband but other family didn't notice, took medication Things that I wonder: - Was her 2 sons with the husband while he was running errands? - Another blog mentioned recently deleted texts on her phone, what was that about- time deleted, context, etc? - Did she go walking often or was totally unordinary behavior? - Was the locked door an accident on Tammy's part or a mistake in foul play? This case needs more attention. It's repeated over and over, but people (especially those that seem to lead a "normal" life without drugs, bad crowds, etc) don't just go missing into thin air. The amount of apathy I've seen with this case in attention, interviews with husband, husband social media presence, etc is just unreal. If my wife or mom or sister went missing, I'd personally be searching every waking hour until they are found...UNLESS I already knew where she was and didn't want to find her. My only hope is that LE has kept really quiet because they have some knowledge that relies on someone slipping up before they can really move forward.