Barbara Bush, who found joy as a wife and a mother, can inspire us all by Jackie Pilossoph for Chicago Tribune Media Group
Some married women are opinionated and independent, while others are more traditional — old school, if you will.
As a wife, Barbara Bush is the perfect example of a woman who was both.
The former first lady, wife to President George H.W. Bush and mother of President George W. Bush, died on Tuesday at the age of 92.
Dedicated to making a difference in the world through causes that included homelessness, AIDS, the elderly and perhaps most memorably, national literacy, Bush was equally (if not more) committed to her family, which included her six children and the love of her life, George H.W. Bush.
When I heard about Mrs. Bush’s passing, my first thought went to our 41st president and the deep loss he must be experiencing.
Can you imagine saying good-bye to someone you’ve been with for almost three-quarters of a century? It’s beyond heartbreaking, especially since it seemed the Bushes were just as in love in their 90s as they were when they met as teenagers.
How did they stay so blissful?
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