Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Remembering Caylee Marie Anthony

Caylee Marie would have been 4 or 5 yrs old now and getting ready to start school... Most little girls this age are playing with their dolls and teddy bears, but not Caylee... Caylee was killed when she was two years old... I know in my heart that her mom Casey Anthony did it... But today the jury acquitted her with only a slap on the wrist... Only God knows what happened and the person who killed her and dumped her like trash...

But now that this trial is over, I guess it is time to get on with life and remember Caylee for the sweet little girl that stole the hearts of everyone all over the world... She is in the arms of Jesus Christ now and where she will be loved forever and ever. ...

I feel bad for her grandparents and those who loved her personally... This little girl was loved and not sure what happened and we may never know...  Now that this is all over, I pray the family can mend and go on to have some kind of normalcy... That is if there is such a thing with the Anthony family... I think they are all whacked to some degree, but then again, my family is too...

I just don't see how anyone can look at that sweet little face and even think about killing her... She reminds me of what my daughter Jessica looked like at that age... Maybe that's why I look at Caylee and see what she could have become and how beautiful she is... But RIP Caylee and I hope that one day there is justice for you... And if not, every dog will have their day and will have to meet their maker... Dance with the Angels sweet little angel...

2 comments:

Pinks said...

Beautifully said. What exactly causes someone to kill a child that they brought into this world I'll never understand. We all get mad at our children from time to time, but to end a life is a whole other story. Casey Anthony will have to face her judgement day on her knees and beg God's forgiveness. I just pray that someone doesn't take things into their own hands. Nothing can be gained by vengence. But everything can be accomplished in prayer.

Sandie said...

I agree totally... I was thinking about that today... I wonder what she is going to do now... How will she carry on and what about the one or many people who may take things into their own hands...