My last statement here to remind me of things, is just from your perspective now, what are your thoughts, but you've done a wonderful job, I think, throughout in telling us what your perspective was at the time and sort of now from your years away, what your thoughts are now. Is there anything else that you can think that you'd like to have on tape for the folks in the future to hear?
My perspective on the University of Georgia is that it's a top notch, first class school, and that we need to spread the word. We need to become…if we're going to reflect Georgia as Georgia is, we need to become more integrated. It bothers me that the University of Mississippi where they had so many problems, has a higher percentage of blacks, and I am sure there are reasons, than we do here in Georgia. I think there is hope because the leadership is there, and everybody that I meet on campus…I don't know how they feel personally inside, but they greet you warmly, they get you involved, and I think this is the way it should be, and I'm just happy that I lived long enough to see the difference in 1961 and ‘62, and in 2007…actually 2000 through now. It's a wonderful place to be. I am proud of our university and I want to do what I can to help make it even better.
Thank you, ma'am, and certainly the things that you've done through your life have made it a better place.
I've tried. I don't feel that I've done…I keep asking the Lord, don't take me now. I still have things to do.
Still got a list.
Yeah, I do.
Thank you so much.