For the first time since leaving office, former President George W. Bush and his former second-in-command, Dick Cheney, met in person. Bush arrived at Cheney's home in McLean, Virginia, told Cheney he was "Lookin' good," and waved at the ABC News camera before disappearing into the former vice president's house. There has been no comment about what the two colleagues discussed during their hour-plus meeting. Bush's post-presidency life has been low-key while he works on his memoirs. In contrast, Cheney has been in the public eye for criticizing the Obama administration.