How the Obama’s Are Adjusting to Life Now

Posted On : May 20, 2017

 

For eight (8) complete and total years, we saw what real love and partnership looked like. The Obama’s made it work through everything. Having one of the most stressful jobs in the world, Barack never was too busy to make Michelle feel like she was the only woman in the world for him. The way he looked at her and respected her opinion showed thousands of women how black love is supposed to be.

Life After The White House:

According to HarperBazaar.com, These days, the Obamas still have a staff of 20 people and have an office in the West End of Washington, D.C. Both the Obamas are writing books, and they’re also planning the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago’s South Side. Politically, President Obama is expected to help support Democrats during the midterm elections in 2018.

President Obama still can’t drive because of security concerns, and that was something he was looking forward to doing outside of the office. But he’s still happy with a smaller security force. “If he wants to go out to dinner on a Saturday, that doesn’t take teams of people and hours of advance,” his chief of staff, Anita Breckenridge, told People. “You know? That’s really freeing.”

Michelle is enjoying going to SoulCycle, and naturally, brings a healthy packed lunch with her every day to the office. Her husband still doesn’t quite know how to use the coffeemaker. But one thing remains the same: he’s still close to Vice President Biden, and the two play golf every now and then. Thank goodness.

Tuscany Luxury:

The Obamas arrived in Tuscany on a private plane escorted by six fighter jets and a 13-car motorcade on Friday as they continue their all-expenses-paid world tour.

Barack and Michelle Obama will have an entire 14th-century village to themselves during their five-night stay – at an eye-watering cost of $15,000 per night.

Not that the couple is likely to have paid, as it’s owned by the ex-president’s former ambassador to Italy, John Philips.

Resting on more than six acres of rolling hillside near Buonconvento, 45 miles south of Florence, the village of Borgo Finocchieto provides superb views of the surrounding countryside – but what’s inside the villa and its attached homes is just as stunning.

According to its official website, Borgo Finocchieto – its name translates as ‘village of fennel fields’ – has 22 bedrooms across its five buildings.

Wow, this is truly the perfection of black love.

 

Remember…Love has the power to heal or kill… Always proceed with caution!

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