25) She has a nickname. The Robinson family call her “Miche,” and her husband refers to her as “my rock.”
26) She is outspoken. In addition to some of the memorable things she said on the campaign trail, she told her teachers when she got to Princeton that they weren’t teaching French correctly.
27) She has a favorite TV show. Mrs. Obama likes to kick back by watching reruns of 1960′s comedy “The Dick Van Dyke Show.” (And so do I!) She has also admitted to indulging in a few of those ‘Real Housewives’ reality shows.
28) She knows what it’s like to lose a loved one. Mrs. Obama’s dad died from complications of multiple sclerosis when she was in her 20s.
29) She likes all kinds of music. The First Lady’s personal playlist includes cuts like “No Diggety,” by Blackstreet; “Poison,” by Bel Biv DeVoe; and songs by Guns N’ Roses and rapper Eminem.
30) She loves Sudoku. The psychological appeal of the puzzle game has gained popularity over the years.
31) She keeps it real. The First Lady has shared some personal stuff with the public about her hubby, like his smelly socks and how he forgets to put the butter away.
32) She can think on her feet. During the election campaign, the First Lady wrote her own speeches and spoke without using notes.
33) She calls it as she sees it. When Mrs. Obama first met her husband, she thought he had a big nose.
34) She keeps connected to her husband. Mrs. Obama and the President are in constant communication even when he’s away. To keep in touch, they use a webcam.
35) She puts her husband to work. Mrs. Obama can still make her husband do the dishes whenever she cooks.
36) She has a familiar lineage. Jim Robinson, the First Lady’s great-great grandfather, was a slave in South Carolina before the Civil War.
37) She is anti-smoking. President Obama was a smoker, and after years of pressure from the First Lady, he finally quit the habit over a year ago. The President had been a smoker for 30 years.
38) She is a mover and shaker. Before she became the First Lady, Mrs. Obama was on the board of six major organizations, including the prestigious Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, and Tree House Foods. She was also vice president of Community and External Affairs at the University of Chicago Hospitals.
39) She is an ambassador of goodwill. Last year, Mrs. Obama made official trips to Africa, India, Latin America, and the U.K., showing her talent as a goodwill ambassador and spokesperson for the less fortunate.
40) She is popular. More popular than her husband, Mrs. Obama’s approval ratings hover near 70 percent while President Obama’s ratings are less than 40 percent.
41) She is a feminist. Mrs. Obama seems to embody the notion at the center of feminism: women can be both intelligent and powerful.
42) She is into Twitter. Since joining Twitter on January 12, the First Lady has occasionally tweeted as herself with posts signed “mo.”
42) She loves jumping double Dutch. We all watched Mrs. Obama on the news last September jumping double Dutch with D.C.-area kids on the White House south lawn. She said it made her happy.
43) She likes dark chocolate. What are her favorite sinful treats? The Seattle-based Fran’s Chocolates is her weakness.
44) She is a good baker. The First Lady runs the White house like a home and still finds the time to bake. Mrs. Obama loves her Apple Cobbler recipe.
45) She is a cool Mom who lets 14-year-old Malia use makeup. Before she allowed her oldest daughter to apply makeup, Mrs. Obama talked through the grown-up move with her.
46) She has zero-tolerance for bullying. The First Lady works to dispel the myth that bullying is a normal rite of passage for kids.
47) She loves America. Mrs. Obama loves the United States and the opportunities it has given her, such as living the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “I Have a Dream” speech.
48) She is beautiful. Named as one of People Magazines “World’s Most Beautiful People 2009,” Mrs. Obama has both outer and inner beauty. The First Lady credits her father and brother for giving her high self-esteem, making her the confident woman she is today.
49) She loves her job as First Lady. Mrs. Obama loves her job, loves people, has an exceptional work mantra and likes having a positive impact on America. She is eagerly awaiting the official start of their second term in the White House and feels there is still much work to do. The First Lady has let it be known that she has sought to chart a course which allows her to leave a legacy that is a lasting one.
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