hand to hand

President Obama steps off of the stage to shake hands with members of the audience in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 16, after speaking about America’s Great Outdoors initiative

6 Responses to “hand to hand”

  1. 1 Andogriff
    February 16, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    Love this president, and all he has done… and plans yet to do!

  2. 2 Sonjia Duncan
    February 16, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    So much going on I missed his speech on the great outdoors. I went camping once slept in a tent. I went out in a rv for two summers but I am a hotel person.

    • 3 Shirley Bess
      February 16, 2011 at 7:55 pm

      Lol,yes I feel you, I’m not a camping person either. I never attempted to go camping, It’s just not my thing. I guess being that I was born and raised In the Country, well, I’ve had enough of outdoors. Yes, I like modern living, push button style. But enough about me, listen, we have the best President ever. He’s smart, and very Intelligent. He represents, or should I say, the “Obamas” represent our Country quite well. They are Caring and compassionate, and warm People. I somehow feel like I’ve been knowing them for a long time, and I never ever met them. They like inter-acting with the People. Look, he got the “Nobel Peace Prize”, and He had barely started working as President, when he received It. Wowwwwwwwwwwwww, Hellooooooo, now he’s good. The good Lord Is on his side, I do believe. What can I say, I just love the Obamas 🙂 I love “BO Obama” too. Hehehe. Nice pictures Chipsticks, I know you don’t take credit for them, but you do a good job of selecting some nice snapshots, and I like the way you Present, on your Web site. Carry on my Friend, great job 🙂

  3. 5 EDP4BHO
    February 16, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Wouldn’t ya know PBO would have a joke in there….LOL…holding a meeting about the ‘great outdoors” in the East Room. He is just too funny 😀

  4. February 16, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    I was wondering who the fellow to Obama’s left was, though I felt I’d seen him before. He had that familar look. And then I heard the president introduce the “Montana Rancher So&So” and knew at once that there was the rancher that looked so familiar to me, because I’ve seen so many of them up here, especially in northeastern Utah and southeastern Idaho. — Note the high almost white forehead, eye area, and nose where the hat brim, you know, shades his face, then the wind-and sun-roughened cheeks and chin!

    When we visited my husband’s Grouse Creek, Utah and Yost, Idaho relatives, their faces all had that look. Everything’s fine while we’re all outside and talking, and the men were all tanned or reddened in the sun and wind and they looked so healthy and fit. The minute we go in the house the men — and some of the women — take their hats off. Sigh. It always shocked me — they didn’t look very healthy any more. In fact, they looked a little naked.

    They had become my adopted aunts and uncles, since I didn’t have any of my own. They were great people and I miss them, because alas, they’re all dead and gone now. Bless them all.

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