April 9 marks 6 months since New Hampshire teen Abigail 'Abby' Hernandez was last seen. Her mother Zenya, on her website, has released a new statement. She vows to keep searching for her missing 15-year-old daughter.

This is from Zenya Hernandez' blog, http://www.bringabbyhome.com:

Wednesday will be six months. Six months since we last saw Abby. We dread it, but hope that maybe we won’t have to face this day. We hope, as we hope every day, that today will be the day when we see Abby.
Each day comes and goes, and the new day arrives, with its new hope, and then the hope dies. We reach these milestones, no matter how abhorrent and painful they are.

In the beginning, minutes and hours lasted eternity. Hours turned to days, weeks, months. In the first days, I didn’t think I could survive the blinding shock, not even for a week. The shock turned to despair, the ache, a scorch of doubt, the lasting heavy pain. Everywhere we go, we look for you. Everyone we talk to, we talk to them thinking that maybe they know.
There were times, when hopes went way up. They came crushing down.
Abby is all we think about and all we talk about.

There is a lot we don’t know. One thing I know, is how much I love Abby. I know that she is compassionate, smart, funny, a caring friend, a loving daughter, a great writer, skier, climber, and musician. Survivor. There is nothing, nothing that will shake my love for Abby, and there is nothing that will make me loose hope.

No mater what, we won’t stop looking.