Tuesday, January 2, 2007


"I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators."  Gerald R. Ford

"We could all use a lesson on the sacrifice of forgiveness from Gerald R. Ford, both as a country and as individuals.  I did not know the man, but I benefited from his steady and compassionate leadership.  For that I am eternally grateful." Dornbrau


jeadie05 said...

Ihave just seen his funeral on our news on tv ,in the uk ,and Betty his widow who did so much good with having a clinic named after her ,May he rest in peace ,love Jan xx   http://journals.aol.co.uk/jeadie05/Serendipity/

mumma4evr said...

You know, for an accidental President, he did a fantastic job!!  He did not have his sight set on being President and to become President the way he, he is a hero in my book.

jckfrstross said...

thank you for putting this up:) my son zach was upset because no one was concerned about our former president dieing. they were more worried about the bronco player who was killed. i feel bad for the family but he wasn't a president. thank you


deshelestraci said...

Very nice tribute.  

ambassadorsinte said...

I got the chance to meet President Ford and Neil Armstrong at Waialae Golf Course during one of the Hawaiian Open Golf Tournaments in the early 70's.  Quite a thrill as you might imagine.


princesssaurora said...

I did an entry on him also... come see...

be well,