I quite probably owe my life to (these) aircraft, because had he not flown the Spirit of St. Louis to Paris, he would not have been invited to Mexico, where he met my mother. And he would not have flown Tingmissartoq 'north to the Orient,' as my mother wrote, and charted (air routes) around the world, and they were such good pilots that they came back safely and had meReeve Lindbergh sees new hope for aviation May 21, 2002
Anne Morrow Lindbergh, born Anne Spencer Morrow (June 22, 1906 – February 7, 2001) was a pioneering American aviator, author, and the spouse of fellow aviator Charles Lindbergh.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh was the second of four children born to Dwight Morrow and Elizabeth Cutter Morrow (née Cutter). Her siblings were Elisabeth Reeve, Dwight, Jr., and Constance.
She was raised in a household that fostered achievement. Every night, Elizabeth would stop chores and read to her children for an hour. Eventually, each child learned to read and write; the practice was eventually replaced by the children reading to themselves and writing poetry and diaries. Anne, in particular, later capitalized on this routine learned in her youth to write her diaries, eventually published to critical acclaim.