“Michelle for 1st lady – no, make that president!!”
For the past several months I’ve wanted a “Michelle for 1st lady” shirt in support of Michelle Obama (and all the Michelles in the world)! But the more I’ve watched tv recently, I have decided to set my goals higher. Heck, it’s not even feasibly possible to be single and a first lady (hence being 1st lady requires your hubby to be the prez). Now, I too want to be VP. Keep reading for some of my highlights:
Education: My grandmothers were teachers, my parents worked on college campuses, I was taught by teachers, I was a teacher and now I help teachers. Next question.
Risky photos: I have been spotted in a one piece and two piece swimsuit recently. My talent is fitness and there is video of my one arm pushups. There are also plenty of cheerleading photos with short skirts or high school photos with daisy dukes.
International affairs: On a monthly basis I receive emails from various people in Nigeria. They claim to be my relatives and often seek money for assistance or are proud to tell me I’ve won a large sum in a lottery. I’ve also taste tested guinea pig while traveling through Ecuador.
View on gay marriage: Who has time to think about if other people should be married? I’m focused on getting myself married. I’d require married men to have their rings permanently glued to their finger so they can’t parade around town acting single. Men and women would both wear a light on their forehead. If you first meet someone and both lights flash green – there’s potential. However, it one person’s light turns red – run, run as fast as you can!
Healthcare: Dr. Lagerstrom is my primary care doc, Dr. Crawford my GYN, Dr. Shuler my chiro, Dr. Hakeem my dentist and Dr. Schrodt my dermatologist. Too many doctors in too many locations. I’d make doctor’s offices like malls. All are in one location so you can get in and get out. There’s be sales on certain procedures and they’d be open on the weekend and until 9 during the week.
National relations: I once bought a Toyota Corolla across the bridge in Indiana. I had to work hand in hand with those Hoosiers to get the best deal possible. I can see IN from many parts of Louisville and even party there most Derby Friday evenings.
My name is Michelle Yeager and I approve this message
M.Y. October 2008