I can't keep being angry and sad over JT losing the job forever. Thank God, I still have my job!!! Now we have to be positive (even it's really hard...) and believe that things will get better. Have faith and be strong (Umm, but it's not easy I know!). Thank you all for your kind and warm comments.
Well, today (actually it's past 2am here) is a very sad day for another family in FL. The little girl Caylee Anthony had been missing since past summer, but it was confirmed that the remain that was found last week was indeed hers.
My bloggy friend Rachel over at LIVIN AND LOVIN also posted about Caylee as well as I posted about her dissapearance a while back here. Rachel and I both live in FL and we're both mothers to the cute little girls. Her daughter is 3 just like Casey and my Soapy will also be 3 soon.
It is heart breaking and upsetting to know that someone could cause such damage to a tiny life, defenseless little soul. It is even more upsetting to know that her mother Casey might have killed her. Okay, we all say one is innocent until proven guilty, but seriously, do you honestly believe someone else could have done it?
When you become a mother, you will do anything to protect them. You would even throw yourself in front of a moving train for your child. [Your parents know this.] This is why when I hear the news where kids go missing or murdered by someone, my heart breaks. And if I learn that a mother would harm her own child, my blood starts to boil. There is no excuse for a mother or father to take her/his own child. I do not need to hear their excuse why they did it. They are the most selfish people and they deserved to be punished severely.
As my husband and I watched Caylee's news on CNN, our daughters were chasing each other and running around the house. They were giggling and so happy together. I thank God that they are safe and healthy. And I wish Caylee had her chance to live her life to fullest. The real sad part is that she is gone, but the good part is that she is no longer being stuffed in the bag and floating in the lake alone. She is home now. May God rest her little soul...
Also, this holiday season, I want to say all the parents and families whose children are missing still today to never lose hope. I pray for your child's safe return.