Sunday, November 22, 2009

A Rogue Weekend

Madame has been quite the busy bee this weekend. We have made book tour stops in Pennsylvania, New York, and Virginia this weekend. Madame was even nice enough to stop by and say "hello" to the people who had been waiting overnight in Virginia to see her! Madame may not hold an elected office right now, but she certainly still sees herself as a public servant. Today in Virginia, Madame introduced me to Tito the Builder. It was a lot of fun.

Also, just after my last post Friday night, Madame decided that we need to post another health care Facebook post prior to heading to Pennsylvania. The woman never tires!

We are now in North Carolina. At least I think we are; I don't have a GPS program installed on me so sometimes I get confused.

I haven't been as busy lately, so I get a lot of time to chill on the bus. The BOTUS has been busy on twitter though. You can keep up with her work here. I wish I could help out with the tweets, but the BOTUS isn't quite as bulky as I am, so she is a little more portable. It makes it easier for Madame to tweet from her. Perhaps I should lay of the cookies or at least disable them. Maybe then I would be less bulky. Oh well. Perhaps I will get to tweet soon for Madame. In the meantime, I'll just stick to my own twitter account.

Madame got to have dinner tonight with Billy Graham, and she gets to do a signing at Ft. Bragg tomorrow. I know she is quite excited about both of these. There are few things that are more important to Madame than her faith and the troops.

2 comments:

thirtynine said...

Glad to know you're okay, LOTUS. I was afraid maybe you got hit by an egg. That was really dumb.. throw an egg inside a business establishment, destroy some books, take a chance on ruining a lady's jacket, and then say you were sorry you missed!

Anyway... nice post as always LOTUS. Get some rest... it isn't over yet.

anniecollier said...

I missed the egg incident but nothing from the declasse Socialists surprises me anymore. I'm sure though that Madame was ever The Lady and handled herself with aplomb and etiquette worthy of Emily Post and Miss Manners. I wonder if Miss Manners would ever consider a few instructional sessions at the DNC? Obviously she's greatly needed there.