Bush looking forward to new domestic agenda
Former President George W. Bush says he’s got a new domestic agenda — mowing the lawn and taking out the trash.
He says he’s looking forward to his wife Laura’s home cooking, sort of, and plans on relaxing Wednesday on his first morning out of the White House — making Laura coffee, skimming the newspaper, calling friends, reading a book, going fishing, and taking a walk — all before 8 a.m.
“That’s what happens when you’re a Type A personality,” he said.
At a welcome back rally in Midland, Texas, just hours after Barack Obama’s inauguration as the new POTUS (President of the United States), Bush reflected on his time at the White House.
“We came face-to-face with kings, presidents, popes and a son-in-law,” he said, referring to his daughter getting married during his second term.
Bush said he had kept the same values that he left with from the Lone Star State.
“When I get home tonight and look in the mirror, I’m not going to regret what I see, except maybe some grey hair.”
Photo credit: Reuters/Saul Loeb/Pool (Bush talks with Obama before leaving for Texas)