Michelle Obama Walks White House Dog Most Often

When kids are told that they have to walk their new puppy they promise that they are up for the challenge. That’s often not the case. It’s no different for the First Family. Michelle Obama has become the one to walk Bo the most.
The First Lady seems like most moms in the world. She looks after the kids, walks the dog and takes pride in her home. The one thing she doesn’t miss now that her home is the White House is cooking.

People reports:

“Even though the kids are supposed to do a lot of the work, I’m still up at 5:15 a.m. taking my dog out. So for everyone who has a child asking for a puppy – you have to want the dog,” Mrs. Obama said to knowing laughter from a luncheon audience of congressional spouses. “As I do,” she added. “I love my Bo.”

And like other moms she is working hard outside of the home. One of her projects is fostering community service. As she told a group at a congressional club luncheon.

But service groups, and non-profits, faith-based organizations, philanthropists, corporations, government, individuals of all ages have had to play a role in moving this country forward. The question that we have to ask ourselves now as individuals is “What will I do? What am I willing to do in these times?” Because these times are tough.

About 62 million people or a little over a quarter of U.S. citizens volunteer each year to help improve their community in some way. And about $300 billion a year is donated to support the work of religious institutions, foundations and non-profits to further causes that make people healthier, that make neighborhoods safer, that make communities stronger.

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