Jimmy Carter Plans To Teach Sunday School, Days After He, Wife Released From Hospital
As former President Jimmy Carter continued healing Wednesday night from hip surgery, his wife, Rosalynn, felt faint and was admitted for observation, according to the Carter Center.
Both Carters walked out together Thursday morning.
The former president fell Monday at his home in Plains, while on his way to hunt turkey. He was recovering from surgery to repair a broken hip at Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus. Carter joked he didn't want to miss the end of the hunting season and hoped the state would allow him to "rollover the unused limit to next year."
On April 15, the 94-year-old and oldest living former president "bagged a turkey" in Columbus, Tyler Jordan posted on Instagram.
Carter has written 29 books, won 3 Grammy Awards and, as president, signed the Georgia’s first sunshine laws in 1972. He is also a cancer survivor. Carter said he plans to teach his regular Sunday school class this weekend.