Transcript for Tiger Woods' Ex-Wife Elin Nordengren Gives Commencement Speech
burring up our "Index" including tiger woods' ex-wife Elin nordegren who graduated from Rollins college in Florida over the weekend and gave the commencement speech and details from her are trending overnight. She's been a private mom and finished at the top of her class and received the outstanding senior award and spoke about being thrust into the public eye. I have budget called a woman with no words in the media and criticized for not talking very much. It was right after I had taken communication in the media I was unexpectedly thrust into the media limelight. And I probably should have taken more notes in that class. Good for her. She he did very well. I got to say she's spoken so rarely. I didn't even realize she had that accent. When she was married she was not wanting to be in the spotlight. So happy for her. How she handled everything. You have to respect -- taking in all that criticism there is a part of her that wanted to speak out but for her children and for other hen privacy she declined. A couple things to note. It took her nine years to get this degree. 3.98 average and I mean it just shows you, you put your mind to it. It doesn't matter how long it takes. It was a place of solace for her in the firestorm. Never mentioned anything specifically. Class act. Right. Congratulations. I hope she had a great mother's day and I hope both of you had a wonderful mother's day. This perhaps the ultimate mother's day gift for one mom in Ohio. Her name is Sara. She gave birth to identical twin girls born not only healthy but also holding hands. Holding hands. Story number two on the abcnews.com overnight. The babies Jenna and Jillian. Mono mono twins and in the same amniotic sac together like that and which can be very, very dangerous and they'll be in the hospital. They're healthy, they're going to be in the hospital for a few more weeks. This ef a big baby brother, 15 months old, waiting at home for them but so happy. That gives me chills. Yeah. And so it wasn't a dry eye in that or. Everyone was crying when they saw their little hands clenched together. What a mother's day. The most e-mailed "The new York times" stories overnight. I didn't even know what this was. To their core curriculum. Parents and teachers saying starting young computer science will give their kids an extra edge in the job market. They're starting to take off. It seems to be on parents' minds. Our kids gravitate. Science class. Coding. I saw that. What is this? No joke. My son asked if I could take a coding class. Morse code. It's coding their brains. It's getting them in the game, so to speak.
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