See How Michelle Obama Brings Fans To Tears

Feb 11, 2022 - 03:45
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See How Michelle Obama Brings Fans To Tears

She often shares details of her professional and personal life with her followers on social media, and she has recently shared a lovely memory she will never forget. The former First Lady of the United States of America posted a photo of herself and her husband, Barack Obama, and their daughters, Sasha and Malia.

The family was wrapped up against the cold and smiled at the cameras in the throwback photo. In her post, she explained why the shot was taken, and followers responded with strings of hearts and crying emojis.

 "I'll never forget the day that Barack announced his candidacy for president in Springfield," she wrote. "February 10, 2007, was bitter cold — about 12 degrees. It was the kind of day where you might think twice about leaving the house if you didn't have to."

She said that she remembers being backstage with girls. Sasha was fussing over her pink hat, and Michelle wondered if Malia was warm enough in her scarf.

She wrote that she will never forget the day Barack announced his candidacy for president in Springfield. February 10, 2007, was bitter cold – about 12 degrees, It was the kind of day where you might think twice about leaving the house if you didn't have to. Michelle continued that she remembers being backstage with the girls.

She remembered the day Barack announced his presidential candidacy,

"None of us really could have understood what was about to happen—how we were all about to take a journey that would catapult our family onto the national stage.“

She said when they got outside and looked up, they noticed there wasn't a single cloud in the sky. But when they looked out to the crowd, there were people as far as the eyes could see.

The mom of two added that these people had come from all over the state. Some of them were locals, some of them carpooled, others bussed in with their church group. There were people of all shapes and sizes, different backgrounds and identities.

Michelle said that strangers who had become friends as they waited around in the cold – all bound by their belief in them, in the promise of her husband, and of the vision he laid out for their country.  

"Seeing them out there on that freezing February day made me think: this could actually work. We could actually do this. And thanks to all of you, that's exactly what we did."

She concluded: "Do you remember that day, or were you involved in the campaign in any way? I would love to hear your story. Use the hashtag #Obama08 to share your memories."

Michelle received an overwhelming message from her social media followers and fans of the former President of the USA.

"Thank you both for your kind service," wrote many, while others added: "We miss you,".