Tomorrow marks a very special moment in human history. Forty-six years ago on Feb. 11 in Sandpoint, Idaho a baby girl named Sarah Louise was born to Charles "Chuck" Heath, a science teacher, and his wife Sarah "Sally", a
school secretary. Ever precocious and perky, this girl has grown into a woman of considerable accomplishment [in high school, for example, she was a skilled flautist and ball-handler-- as point guard for the basketball team, I mean] who may not yet have realized her final destiny, her growing legion of supporters fervently hope anyway, as leader of the Free World. (blogacause)
Ladies and Gentleman, if you find yourself in possession of a glass of alcohol or some other suitable libation tomorrow, give a toast to the birthday girl, will you?. (CornerStoneGroup).
And to show that she's still at the top of her game, here's video of her in action at a recent conservative political convention in Nashville. (YouTube)