Lady Bird Johnson Survives Tsunami
Monday, January 03, 2005
Former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson was at home and feeling better Monday. The widow of former President Lyndon B Johnson had to receive intravenous antibiotics, but is now doing fine. "She's doing great, she really is," said spokeswoman Betty Tilson.
"She's doing great, she really is," said spokeswoman Betty Tilson.
Texas’s first First Lady was born in Shreveport, LA on December of 1912. She was married to President Johnson in 1934. Through the years, she has become know as a ardent environmentalist and is a trustee of the American Conservation association.
After the tsunami, Lady Bird was treated at Seton Hospital for Bronchitis. In the end it was Mrs. Johnson’s determination that helped her to survive this horrible disaster. Quite fortunately, she was in Texas at the time the disaster occurred.