"My dearest Tiffany," a mother's plea, "I am praying you will see this and that you will hear my words."
Standing in the shadow of a monument to missing children, Cindy Daniels begs to see her daughter again. "I can only pray that you are safe. You are our free spirited daughter. You are beautiful inside and out and we miss you so much."
One month into the investigation tips have begun to dwindle, video surveillance has offered few clues. The only good thing the family is holding onto is so far it doesn't appear anything criminal has happened here.
"Nothing confirmed or nothing to indicate any type of foul play," says her father Rodney.
Last seen leaving the campus of Pensacola State College, the 25 year old's SUV was found days later near Fort Pickens. "It's not conclusive that she was driving the car," says Rodney.
A search of that area turned up nothing.
"There's always the hope she just wanted to getaway and get her head together for some reason. All young people go through that at that age I believe," says her Mom.
There is also hope she will hear her mother's message. "We love you unconditionally Tiffany and we will not give up and I don't want you to give up and I want you home safe and I want you home as soon as we can get you home."
Another search is planned this Saturday morning to pass out flyers in the business district of Pensacola and the corridor through Gulf Breeze.
Volunteers are asked to gather at "Long Hollow Studio" at 700 Guillemard Street at 8 o'clock.