Fearless Granny Celebrates 95th Birthday by Skydiving From 13,000 Feet in the Air

"When I saw President George Bush do it, I thought I could do that, too," 95-year-old Bettie Butler said.

At 95, this fearless granny has basically done it all. Now, she can even say she's jumped out of a plane.

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Bettie Butler of Marion, Indiana, celebrated her 95th birthday by doing something she's been dreaming of doing for years.

Last weekend, she skydived from 13,000 feet in the air as 40 of her closest friends and family watched from the ground.

"When I saw President George Bush do it, I thought I could do that, too," Butler said in an interview with WTHR.

Encouraged by her grandchildren, the 95-year-old literally took the leap.

"It was wonderful," she said. "My favorite part was under the canopy because I could see everything and everyone."

Following the successful dive, Butler's loved ones sang 'Happy Birthday' as she blew out all 95 of her candles.

But the daredevil is no stranger to living life on the edge.

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When she turned 80 years old, she took a ride in a hot air balloon. She also tried jet skiing over the summer.

Who knows what this bold lady has in store for her 100th birthday?

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