This past week Maggie decide she would be adventerous and escape the fence. I came home Wednesday afternoon and she was no where to be found. I called and called her, I drove around the entire area several times, I asked the neighbors if they had seen her and she was just not there. I thought of the worst, thinking she was lost in the woods, tangled up in briars, or had gotten bitten by a snake and was dead. I even thought someone may have picked her up when they saw her running around. Let's just say it was a sleepless night. The next morning she still wasn't home. When I got to work I called the humane society to see if maybe someone had taken her there, but she wasn't there either. As a last ditch effort I looked in the lost and found adds, and the first add I saw was for a small female terrior found around the Cordova High School area. This is about a mile from my house, so I called and sure enough it was Maggie. A very kind woman had seen her while taking her kids to school that morning trapped in the middle of a busy highway, trying to get accross, and almost getting hit twice. She said she was wet and muddy and looked so scared. She took her home and cleaned her up and called the newspaper to place the add. Thank Goodness she came along and found her.