Today marks the seventh birthday of Caylee Anthony. How sad is that? She would have been riding a bike and getting ready to start the second grade. Had she not died in 2008, all kinds of things would be different for the Anthony family. Whose to know if that's a good or bad thing, though? That family is so... well, they have issues, ya know. Not passing judgement, we all have issues, but, seriously, wow.
In reading Jose Baez's book, Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony, one may even start to believe the story she told. Mr. Baez presents a good case, but there will always be that malingering doubt because of all the craziness. But, he without sin cast the first stone, so whatever. By the way, Ashton's book is too boring to finish...just saying.
Without the tragic death of Caylee Anthony, she wouldn't be known. She would just be another little girl, which is preferable. Maybe her mother would have gotten her shit together and been a mom. It seems all of her friends thought she was a great mother, so maybe she had been on the right track. We've all been there. Okay, maybe not exactly Casey Anthony "there," but you get where this is headed. And if you look at all the pictures, there are so many of Casey and Caylee together, you know she was a good mother. Her kid was always with her. On the other hand, maybe George Anthony would have molested her, as well, in which case, is she really better off?