I looked at Kathy, feeling nervous about possibly royally messing this up, and said, “You take pictures. I’ll interview.” A team effort seemed like the easiest way to get through this, though I have no idea why I offered to be the one who asked the questions. Perhaps I felt that this was my chance to prove to Kathy that she wasn’t crazy for asking me to help her cover the air show. Maybe I thought that I should challenge myself a bit. It could have been that the heat of the day had baked my brain. Or, and this seems to make the most sense to me at this hour, it could have been that I had forgotten my camera at home, while Kathy was bright enough to remember hers.
Article by Deuce Ruby, age 11 Ever since I was 6 I dreamed of being a pilot, so I was thrilled when I heard I was going to the air show. It was great that one of the Dayton Air Show staff members told me that there was going to be a Navy flight simulator. I was so excited at the thought of riding in that!