Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Day 27 ~ An Angel Named Caylee

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Earlier today I had a topic in mind for my blog... HOWEVER... once the verdict was in... the only thing, or person on my mind right now is Caylee Marie Anthony.  It is very difficult for me to be thinking about myself and my life when a family not only continues to mourn  the loss of their little girl, but now has to deal with the repercussions of the verdict set forth.

So many thoughts going through my mind, and the one that sticks the most is "what did Casey Anthony do with Caylee?"  One entire month goes by, Casey's out partying, getting a new tattoo, and Caylee?... huh?  what? ... E X A C T L Y !!!


Where's justice when you need it?  So much harm is done by mean, sick and [well let's just put it out there] C R A Z Y  people!!  And by setting Casey free, all the justice system is doing is telling everyone "it's okay, as long as there's a reasonable doubt."  And, I'm sorry but finding her guilty on four "MISDEMEANOR" counts for providing false information to law enforcement does not sit well with me, as well as the rest of the nation.  

Tonight, in Caylee's honor, there have been hundreds of messages on Facebook, tweets on Twitter, as well as she being the topic of all news media programming.  We turned on our porch lights at 9:00pm, as did others nationwide.  Candles were lit and flowers forwarded in messages.   Tears were shed and Prayers were said... all for this beautiful little girl... although the ones who need prayer are those of us left to deal with the mess left behind.

At such a tender age Caylee has touched and entered the hearts of millions.  Rest in peace sweet little angel.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”  Matthew 19:14

Blessings to all!

338 days to go.

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