Anne Morrow Lindbergh on: Picking Out Charles' Plane in the Air
Q: Reeve told me a wonderful story which was that you talked about
seeing birds flying and it reminded me of, you could always pick out his plane.
Could you tell me about that?
AML: Oh, well that's true. I don't know that I was the only one that could, but
I remember waiting for him at an airport, with my car, and there were all kinds
of planes coming in and there was one coming around and I was sure it was him
and it was. I didn't know what kind of a plane he was flying, but I knew, just
as one knows the way an arm is of someone you love, that was his plane--that
was his way of coming in. It was very smooth, no question about it that he was.