Skip to comments.Former President George H.W. Bush moved out of intensive care
Posted on 12/29/2012 2:02:02 PM PST by jazusamo
HOUSTON (AP) A spokesman says former President George H.W. Bushs condition continues to improve and that he was moved Saturday out of intensive care and into a regular hospital room.
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Best news Ive heard all day..the power of prayer works. Get well soon President Bush
Glad to hear it! I want to see him skydive on his 90th birthday! :o)
I hear you. :-)
I said to the wife he skydived on his 80th and asked if she knew if he did it again on his 85th but she didn’t know. It seems he was going to but but don’t recall if he did, his 90th would be good. LOL!
Yes, he did jump on his 85th.....I love that man!
Just saw Barbara Bush being interviewed by grand daughter Jenna. The woman looks sensational.
Thanks, BamaDi. That’s really something! He a good man.
Which one Barbara or Jenna
Good news! He’s been in my prayers over the last couple of weeks.
That was a good landing, probably a lot better than the one in the South Pacific. :-)
Smiles here. That is a big relief. Prayers for his continued recovery. A few more singing sessions with the “Oaks” should have him home in no time. :-)
Grandma Barbara was interviewed by grand daughter Jenna. The woman is a gem. The crux of the interview was daughter Robin dying of leukemia so many years ago and the great job St. jude’s does with the cure.
Let's keep praying!
58 combat missions and the Distinguished Flying Cross.
for service as set forth in the following
CITATION: "For heroism and extraordinary achievement in aerial flight as Pilot of a Torpedo Plane in Torpedo Squadron FIFTY ONE, attached to the U.S.S. San Jacinto, in action against enemy Japanese forces in the vicinity of the Bonin Islands, on September 2, 1944. Leading one section of a four-plane division in a strike against a radio station, Lieutenant, Junior Grade, Bush pressed home an attack in the face of intense antiaircraft fire. Although his plane was hit and set afire at the beginning of his dive, he continued his plunge toward the target and succeeded in scoring damaging bomb hits before bailing out of the craft. His courage and devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest traditions of the United States Naval Reserve."
For the President,
Secretary of the Navy
Copy to: Pers 01
Public Relations, Navy Dept.
rough draft: 13 Sept 1946
Ref.: Com2ndCarTasForPac Ser.: 0596 of Mis 21U
(NOTE: In the above photo, the Distinguished Flying Cross is on the left. The Air Medal is on the right. The two gold stars on the Air Medal's suspension ribbon represent a second and third award of the same medal. Both rest beneath the embroidered version of the Naval Aviatior badge.)
Good to hear the news! George Bush really went down hill fast after he and his wife hopped on the segways. I have a hunch it played a part in all of this. Sort of like those wagons you see in grocery stores, once you start using them you don’t get out. I’ve seen perfectly healthy normal elderly people get into them and a year later they’re 100 pounds bigger and barely able to walk to the car after they get out of them.
Yay Poppy! He may get to parachute at 90 after all.
Glad to hear this.
Keep on keepin’ on, Old Bushie!