Happy Birthday Michelle Obama! You Are Our January WCW

Happy Birthday Michelle Obama! You Are Our January WCW

Happy Birthday Michelle Obama!

Michelle Obama has graced the world with her presence as the first lady of The United States of America for the past eight years. Since day 1 as the first lady, Michelle Obama has been scrutinized over and over again. Like a class act, she never seemed bothered or unhinged. Mrs. Obama's legacy does not start at the White House, she has been a driving focus in her community long before we even knew her name.

Ms. Obama is anything but unintelligent she attended Princeton University, graduating cum laude in 1985 with a B.A. in Sociology. She then went on to study law at Harvard Law School. The Princeton alum was always active in advocating for civil rights. While she was in Harvard Law School she took part in demonstrations calling for the enrollment and hiring of more minority students and professors.  President Obama may be the leader of our nation and the boss of government, but in 1989 his wife was his boss. After law school, Michelle worked as an associate in the Chicago branch in the firm Sidley Austin. There she was assigned to be an advisor to a new intern named, Barrack Obama.

Photo taken from Instagram

Photo taken from Instagram

Along with being intelligent, the first lady is one fashionista. Her classy style never disappoints. She has graced the cover of Vogue three times. She was on Vogue and Vanity Fair best-dressed list two years in a row as well as People magazine's 2008 best-dressed list.

Photos taken from vogue.com

Photos taken from vogue.com

It is rare to find someone with this much style and smarts. Michelle Obama will definitely be missed as our first lady. She will always be remembered and can never be replaced.

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