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Rosalynn Carter
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    (August 18, 1927- )
    Wrote 'Autobiography: First Lady from Plains,' 'Everything To Gain: Making the Most of the Rest of Your Life,' 'Helping Yourself Help Others: A Book For Caregivers' and 'Helping Someone with Mental Illness: A Compassionate Guide for Family, Friends, and Caregivers'
    Won 'Notre Dame Award for International Service,' 'Eleanor Roosevelt Living World Award,' 'Volunteer of the Decade' and 'Georgia Woman of the Year'
    Former U.S. First Lady (1977-81)/Vice Chair of Carter Center/Author
    For years, she favored a hair-do similar to the Flying Nun.
    She is often dubbed 'The Steel Magnolia.'
    She enjoys fly fishing and bird watching.
    Many people associate her and her husband with peanuts because he inherited his family's peanut farm.
    She will always have to have Secret Service guys around for protection.
    Outside the church in Plains, GA. where her husband occasionally preaches, you have to wait in a long line to get a picture with her.
    She grew up with her husband & knew him well, but he didn't ask her to date until he was home on leave from the Navy (1945).
    Her name is often misspelled Rosalyn.
    She had an eyelid lift.
    She is married to former U.S. President James Earl Carter (July 7, 1946) and is a mom of four.
    She packed a picnic lunch in lieu of an inaugural ball when her husband won the Presidency.
    She graduated from Georgia Southwestern College (l946).
    One of her books won the American Society of Journalists and Authors Outstanding Book Award (1999).
    She's in great shape and looks great for her age.
    She enjoys jogging and walking.
    Her daughter, Amy, is open about being gay.
    She and her husband founded The Carter Center and have worked for more than two decades to improve the quality of life for people around the world.
    She's an advocate for mental illness and children's immunizations.
    She genuinely loves people and is known for her kindness to others.
    She physically helped build houses for the needy with Habitat for Humanity.
    She holds a Presidential Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian honor.

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