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    Do you look for Caylee when you're out in public?

    This question is for everyone, regardless of whether you believe that Caylee is alive or dead.
    When you are out and about living your normal life, do you find yourself looking at children to see if by some slight chance they might be Caylee?

    I do it everywhere I go.
    My sister, my daughter and my boyfriend do too and most of my friends that "know Caylee is dead" do too. I guess that's what brought me to this question in the first place. The fact that they are convinced she is gone for good, but still look for her anyway.
    "Life's splendor forever lies in wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, invisible, far off. It is there, though, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If you summon it by the right word, by its right name, it will come."
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    "Know the right moment."

    What I type here is mostly my opinion.
    I really don't care if my opinions offend.

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    I try to keep an eye out for all missing children and even wanted criminals lol

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    No I do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monoxide View Post
    I try to keep an eye out for all missing children and even wanted criminals lol

    I've started doing that since this case began and I've become more aware of our missing children.
    "Life's splendor forever lies in wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, invisible, far off. It is there, though, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If you summon it by the right word, by its right name, it will come."
    - Kafka
    "Know the right moment."

    What I type here is mostly my opinion.
    I really don't care if my opinions offend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan's Mom View Post
    I've started doing that since this case began and I've become more aware of our missing children.
    I lived in Lady Lake when Trenton Duckett went missing so I guess I started doing it back then

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    Quote Originally Posted by monoxide View Post
    I lived in Lady Lake when Trenton Duckett went missing so I guess I started doing it back then

    I was coming back to edit that even though I think Trenton Duckett is dead, I've been looking for him a lot too.
    I work for a Korean company, and I've even started scoping out the company kids.
    "Life's splendor forever lies in wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, invisible, far off. It is there, though, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If you summon it by the right word, by its right name, it will come."
    - Kafka
    "Know the right moment."

    What I type here is mostly my opinion.
    I really don't care if my opinions offend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan's Mom View Post
    I was coming back to edit that even though I think Trenton Duckett is dead, I've been looking for him a lot too.
    I work for a Korean company, and I've even started scoping out the company kids.
    I honestly don't know what to think about him. I think Melinda has a good plan and I actually believe her more than I believe Casey. I actually have a bit of sympathy for her as opposed to Casey

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    Quote Originally Posted by monoxide View Post
    I honestly don't know what to think about him. I think Melinda has a good plan and I actually believe her more than I believe Casey. I actually have a bit of sympathy for her as opposed to Casey

    Then maybe I should read up on his case more.
    Of course it will have to be when Caylee's settles down, but I really would like to know more about him and Madeline.
    "Life's splendor forever lies in wait about each one of us in all its fullness, but veiled from view, deep down, invisible, far off. It is there, though, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If you summon it by the right word, by its right name, it will come."
    - Kafka
    "Know the right moment."

    What I type here is mostly my opinion.
    I really don't care if my opinions offend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan's Mom View Post
    Then maybe I should read up on his case more.
    Of course it will have to be when Caylee's settles down, but I really would like to know more about him and Madeline.
    Yeah they are all extremely interesting

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    I do too. I dont go to town much, but when I do, I seem to feel overwhelmed by that ever since. I think sometimes it will be hard not to, even after we know the truth. Caylee image is ingrained in my head all the time now. She has become a part of our familys daily life, so much that even my boys ask me whats new and if they found her yet. But I will add, that whenever I see my little girl enter the room, I smile so big knowing I have her. I hug her way more than I ever did and I am one of those mothers who is so protective. Even though I spend a lot of time on this forum, when I do have moments with my little girl- I am so connected to her now. I couldnt imagine my life without her, I could never throw her away or lose her. I told her today with a big old mommy dragon hug (thats our thing- shes the baby dragon) I told her if she ever got lost I would look everywhere and I wouldnt stop until I found her. Caylees story has brought this awareness to my homelife, I dont just exist & think its my job- I make an extra effort to really be there in the moment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Law_girl41 View Post
    I do too. I dont go to town much, but when I do, I seem to feel overwhelmed by that ever since. I think sometimes it will be hard not to, even after we know the truth. Caylee image is ingrained in my head all the time now. She has become a part of our familys daily life, so much that even my boys ask me whats new and if they found her yet. But I will add, that whenever I see my little girl enter the room, I smile so big knowing I have her. I hug her way more than I ever did and I am one of those mothers who is so protective. Even though I spend a lot of time on this forum, when I do have moments with my little girl- I am so connected to her now. I couldnt imagine my life without her, I could never throw her away or lose her. I told her today with a big old mommy dragon hug (thats our thing- shes the baby dragon) I told her if she ever got lost I would look everywhere and I wouldnt stop until I found her. Caylees story has brought this awareness to my homelife, I dont just exist & think its my job- I make an extra effort to really be there in the moment.
    That is why this case is so insane. It seems people who don't even know he seem to be looking for her more than her own family.

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    Although I believe Caylee to be...gone, I found myself looking. And this case has me looking into more missing children cases and I look for them when I'm at the mall, grocery store so on and so forth.

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    Yes! I have been looking for little Caylee everwhere I go especially during the last month.

    I live right off of Interstate 10 which runs from California to Florida. And since hurricanes Gustav and Ike hit, we have had a lot of out of town people in our area. So everytime I am out and about, especially while dining out I am constantly scoping out the restaurant looking for her! Of course my hubby thinks that I have absolutely lost my mind but I don't listen to him and look for her anyway. I don't think I could sleep at night (unlike her own family) if I didn't take some part of searching for her in my own way. If I lived closer to Orlando, I would have definitely been searching for her since day one!

    Even though I know in my heart she is most likely no longer with us, I still have that small piece of hope that maybe, just maybe she could be found alive!

    Doesn't hurt to dream, does it???????????????

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    I don't look for Caylee or even look at other people's children that much while out in public, but I think I'd notice if I saw a child in a store that looked alot like Caylee.

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    Yes. I do look. I live in South Texas and many children here have dark hair and dark hazel eyes. I'm sure I've aroused the suspicions of many mothers when I peer into their stollers to catch a glimpse of their daughters, Caylee's age.

    I am obsessed with this case and I can't say why for sure. Just wish that out of the madness we could locate the little girl and make her safe.

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