Tom said, “So let me get this straight. The Gingrich budget proposes to give me a tax cut and reduce a minimum wage earner’s subsidies for her bus rides and her daughter’s shoes and wheelchair?” I said he was right and he replied, “Bill, that’s immoral. You can’t let it happen. Keep my tax cut and take care of my daughter’s friend and her mother.” We are more than our labels. Swimming Just a girl who loves poster. After three years together, Tom and I moved into an old house at 4513 Potomac with Kit Ashby, Jim Moore, and Tom Caplan. We’ve all had interesting lives, and our friendship has endured. We moved on but never moved out on each other. I’m grateful to all the Georgetown women and men who helped me along the way, including several who served in my administration, or who supported my foundation or found some other way to adopt Professor Quigley’s admonition to take personal responsibility to make the future better than the past.
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I’m especially grateful to Denise Hyland Dangremond for asking me to write this, and for her big, caring heart. Barbara McMonagle Gillies, Pam Soldano Catazano and Walter Bastian helped me adjust to life in a new culture. I wish Wally had made it to our 50th. Swimming Just a girl who loves poster. He was a fine public servant and made our freshman year a lot more fun. I appreciate the efforts Bob Billingsley, Paul Maloy, Jim Moore, and others have made to keep us involved with and supporting Georgetown. It’s led to deep friendships with two classmates who are like brothers to me now even though I didn’t know them well when we were students, Brian Greenspun and Rolando Gonzalez-Bunster.