"I don't feel I'm crazy. I feel it's a great adventure," Marion said.
Marion chose to mark her 90th birthday with a jump.
"They said, 'Gram, what are you gonna do on your 90th birthday?' I said, 'You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna go skydiving,'" Marion said.
Dozens of friends from her retirement home were there to cheer her on.
"She's got more nerve than I've got. More guts," her friend said.
"Like a snowball rolling down a hill, it just got bigger and bigger and then there's just no backing out, you know," friend Hugh Platten said.
Marion's two sons, both in their late 60s, certainly couldn't let their 90-year-old mother do it alone.
"I think it was, we were talking about different people that did crazy things, and I think I said George Bush jumped out of a plane for his 80th birthday, so then came that sounds like a good idea," Marion's son, Jeff Miller said.
As the plane starts speeding off the runway, there's no turning back now. Once the time comes, Marion seems surprisingly relaxed as she jumps out of an airplane 14,000 feet up.
She floats back to earth safely, relieved it's over.
"All right, Marion, your feet are back on the ground. What do you think about that?"
"I said, 'Thank heavens.' I thought the 'chute would never open," Marion said.
Skydiving was a one time deal for Marion, who became the oldest person ever to jump at Emerald Coast Skydiving.
"It is a risk. I'm proud of her. I'm proud that people around her can look up to her, at the ambition she still has," Miller said.
And that's a fact anyone can walk away, proud of accomplishing.
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