(CNN)– The wife of Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour says she is "horrified" that her husband is seriously considering a bid for the presidency.
In an interview with CNN affiliate WLOX in Biloxi, Marsha Barbour admitted the "overwhelming" task of a presidential run is something she may not quite be ready for.
"It's been a lot to be first lady of the state of Mississippi and this would be 50 times bigger," she said. "It's a huge sacrifice for a family to make."
The governor is still testing the waters of a potential bid for the 2012 Republican nomination and has made no formal announcement regarding his intentions.
But Marsha Barbour revealed she is wary of a 10-year commitment she believes would accompany a presidential run - and, presumably, two terms in office - during "the last part of our productive lives."
Despite her hesitation, Barbour said that the final decision is up to her husband.
"That's a commitment that I am praying about," she said.
"And if God and Haley decide to do it, I'm sure God will give me strength to be a good partner."
Barbour Communications Director Jim Dyke responded saying, "Mrs. Barbour said what we all know: There are unique demands posed by the daunting challenge of campaigning for and serving as president of the United States."
I'm more horrified that she married him!!!! He is not going anywhere. MS is number 50 on most lists of the worst state.