Barbara Bush said she's "still in love with the man I married 72 years ago" in a blurb the former first lady wrote for Smith College's alumnae magazine.
Bush, who attended Smith in the 1940s, credited her husband, President George H.W. Bush, with giving "me the world" in the life notes section of the spring magazine.
"I have had great medical care and more operations than you would believe. I'm not sure God will recognize me; I have so many new body parts! Also, George Bush has given me the world. He is the best — thoughtful and loving," Barbara Bush wrote.
The former first lady is 92.
"I am still old and still in love with the man I married 72 years ago. I am very active in my foundation, the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, as is George in his, Points of Light. All of our children are working and serving others in their own way, along with my 17 grandchildren. I am very proud of them," Barbara Bush wrote.
Barbara Bush dropped out of Smith in 1945, the year she married the then-Navy pilot.
Smith awarded Barbara Bush with an honorary degree in 1989, USA Today reports.
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