Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Lady Bird Johnson Dies

Former First Lady, wife of President Lyndon Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson died today at the age of 94. I'll be honest, I didn't even know she was still alive. Her husband has been dead for so many years that I guess she fell off the radar.

3 comments:

Last Minute Lyn said...

I'm sorry for your loss. But I had to tag you with a meme anyway.
I think about Lady Bird Johnson whenever I see wild flowers on the highways.
Black eyed Susans are blooming here in Maryland as we type.
Did you know for the Preakness they have to dye daises because Black eyed Susans (the state flower) blooms late summer not in May.

crazy working mom said...

Sad, huh? What a lady!

She will be missed.

Travis said...

Same hear. I though she died years ago.

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