Levi was in Michigan just in time for the last of our strawberry crop...
I love seeing his tiny fingers working so hard to pick up his little pieces of strawberries.
And for the beginning of the raspberries...and does he love them both!
What a joy to watch those tiny fingers reach for and put in his little mouth, fresh berries, right off the plant, washed and juicy and tasty...tastier than anything you can buy!
And his papa sure enjoyed watching him eat them: giving good things to our children and grandchildren is certainly one of the great joys in life.
Seeing the innocence and trust in the eyes on such a small, wonderful face makes me wonder how anyone can hurt such a little child.
The verdict just came in an Caylee Anthony, and I will never understand it. I don't want to convict the jury here, I am sure they understood their job, and took their oath seriously. I am sure that the state did the best they could to prove beyond a reasonable doubt...but justice, I feel has not been served to that sweet little girl.
I think there is more to the story, and that the mother and father know something. I also think, from what I saw--and I did NOT watch all the proceedings--that the family is dysfunctional and the mother of this child did not act like someone who was upset at a missing child. But I know that you cannot convict her of partying while a child is missing.
I DO KNOW that JUSTICE will come to the person who did this, and any who chose to cover it up. My heart aches for Caylee.
The person who snuffed out this life too early will face Someone, someday, Who is infinitely bigger than they are...and they will pay.
In the eyes of God, harming a child is worthy of hanging a millstone around your own neck and drowning yourself.
Matthew 18:6 says
But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.