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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - President Clinton

William "Bill" Jefferson Clinton
Back to the White House after a jog.  It was a warm but very cloudy day.
Got a hug and these pictures.  We met at a walkway intersection.
Note:  Little security, but this was 1994.

8 comments:

Lori said...

Isn't it amazing the way the security has had to change. So sad. Great pictures!

Barbara Poole said...

Lori, thanks for commenting. I was the first person he came to, and I wish I had had my picture taken with him.

Sanjay Maharaj said...

President Clinton is one of my favorite modern day Americna President. I always have a wish to meet him one day, some day, I am glad you did. What did he say to you? How did he come across as? How did you feel meeting the President of the United States?

Barbara Poole said...

Sanjay, I had seen him about 15 times before this, always at little distance. He was always jogging (I walked around the ellipse by the WH every morning, so I saw him coming and he had to have seen me at 7:45). Can't remember what I said, prob. something like it was nice to meet him. It was of course thrilling, but just about everybody at work had seen him at one time or another. But I did get the pic. and hug.
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Wendy said...

He looks so young, and quite relaxed. Yes, the 90's were less turbulent times, I think. Clinton always seems like such an affable guy!

Barbara Poole said...

Wendy, it was before Monica, or at least before it broke in the news. In DC everybody seemed to like him.

lindalee said...

How lucky are you!!! He and Hillary are two of my favorites. I probably would have fainted! Too cool to have a photo of your meeting.

Barbara Poole said...

Thanks Lindalee for writing. Because of these comments, I've decided to post photos of another president, and other presidental stuff. Thank you for your comment.