Amelia Earhart is My Hero (Little Sis Tuesday)

I know it's been a while, but today is Little Sis Tuesday, so I will turn things over to my 9-year-old! - Danzel

Every year close to Amelia Earhart's birthday, my mom gets tagged on Facebook about Amelia Earhart. Everyone posts links to news stories about all these theories about what happened to her.

   So I thought we should take some pictures of me dressed like her again. I saw the new documentary about her on the History Channel. It was cool, but it did not really prove anything. Other theories seem stronger, like the one about the deserted island. Who really knows?

 In the documentary, the picture was just some people staring at a boat. You couldn't really see their faces. I hope she wasn't really executed.

We took pictures in front of the mural on this brick building. It's called "The History of Flight."

I have 2 biographies about Amelia Earhart and I checked others out from the library. I'm interested in her life, not her death.

I have an Amelia Earhart doll. I also have an Amelia Earhart costume and a plane my mom made me for Halloween one year.

We took some pictures in front of the Historical Museum downtown, too.

I think I want to be a pilot because I love the sky.

I like Amelia Earhart because we have a lot in common. She was fearless and so am I.  I want to fly planes, too, and we were both born in Kansas! I don't care how she died. It's the fact that she lived such a great life !

I'll let my mom posts some links for me. Thanks for reading, and thanks to my mom and sister for taking pictures of me.

Thanks, kiddo! I hope to be back to blogging soon. My back went out the last week of June, and I spent a lot of time in bed. I have some cool old books to share, so keep an eye out on this space! - Danzel

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  1. Such a fun post! Amelia Earhart is a fascinating person. Loved the photoshoots!

    1. Little Sis says:

      Thank you very much. I agree, she is very fascinating. Today is her 120th birthday.


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