Endless Love In The Bushes Family: George Pays Another Tribute To His Late Wife While Recovering In The Hospital
June 7, 2018 14:17 By Fabiosa
41st American president, George Herbert Walker Bush, and his wife, Barbara Bush, had spent a long life together. Their love lasted for 73 years until the unfortunate death of the former first lady. Even though Barbara is no longer with us, George Bush continues living, reminiscing about her every single moment.
Don't let her go
He was holding her hand when she was dying. That is what Jean Becker, chief of staff at Bush’s former office reportedly mentioned in her recent interview. He didn’t want to let her go.
His official but touching letter was the best tribute George could send to his deceased wife. Even though the former president said the life goes on, he couldn’t live a moment without reminiscing about Barbara.
George’s Twitter was recently updated with a sweet post about another tribute to the late wife. While spending his time in the hospital, recovering from the minor health problems, Bush continued reading a book about their life with Barbara. The former American president looks so happy mentioning how lucky he was with Mrs. Bush.
Enjoying a great book and a wonderful walk down memory lane this morning. Yet another reminder of just how lucky I have been in life. Very proud of the author and co-author too. More at: https://t.co/W0XmyMi5Ie pic.twitter.com/53GhdnptNk— George Bush (@GeorgeHWBush) June 1, 2018
The book’s author Ellie LeBlond Sosa (the couple’s granddaughter) and coauthor Kelly Anne Chase made at least one person cheer up while reading the lines of the exclusive insight into the Bushes life.
After Barabara’s death, this is already the second time George gets into the hospital with blood pressure problems and fatigue. His heart is mourning about the lost wife and shows how difficult it is to continue living without the beloved partner.
Get well soon sir! also sorry for the loss of your dear wife!— Mike (@Lee37683) June 1, 2018
We keep our prayers loud and hope Mr. Bush will recover soon.