"Hinson, on the other hand, worked side by side with the First Lady in the front bed and was able to converse freely with her.
"'You can tell there was a genuine interest not only in the students she had there, but in the information she was talking to them about,' Krause commented. 'It was exhilarating.'
"After spending time in her presence, Lalich made an astute observation.
"'I think Michelle is a very important lady in the US and that she does things very well. She just goes with the flow, and if doesn't think something's right, or if something needs to change, she finds a way to do it, no matter what,' he said."
Written by Hope McLeod for the Bayfield County Journal. Read the full article here.
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