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Posted on 03/17/2016 7:00:58 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Youve probably been wondering what Lady Ms been up to while weve been preoccupied with Republican debates, Republican primaries, rioting in the streets and the future of America. Well, theres big news: MO is positively NOT going to run for president! (Unless, you know, shes drafted or something.)
I know how disappointed you must be, as are the rest of her fans. She broke the devastating news yesterday at the South By Southwest conference in Austin where she delivered another keynote address (Barry, you may recall, delivered the key keynote last Friday during Nancy Reagans funeral.).
My what an interesting what, dress? Uniform? Apron? Whatever.
First Lady Michelle Obamas keynote at SXSW brought an all-star panel together for a broad discussion of music, activism, and diversity.
Music, activism and diversity: the three most important elements in society these days. And Lady M , there to promote her Let Girls Learn initiative, sang a little Boyz II Men for the crowd thus demonstrating how to combine all three.
I told you it was an interesting frock, didnt I?
Well, Ive got to run; I let Raj talk me into hosting a St. Patricks Day party and Ive got to go make Reuben Eggrolls (whoops! sorry: cultural appropriation alert).
And get the Guinness tapped:
Because what better way to celebrate St. Patricks Day in America than with homemade Jewish-Chinese food, topped off with a black beer, set to a background of bagpipe music? I think Lady M would be proud: music, activism and diversity.
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
I always enjoy this ‘blog’; but I’m wondering how it will change if Melania becomes first lady ;-)
Oh! Dear - her cellulite is showing in that one picture.... Someone is going to lose their camera or perhaps something worse?
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