Beth Tuttle


Abby Henderson

Q: Beth, what grade are you in, and how old are you? 

A: I am in 7th grade, and I’m 12 years old.


Q: If you could make a law, what would it be?

A: I would make it illegal for people to be rude to me, and no one can push me in the hall.


Q: If you could start a charity, what would it be for?

A: I would make a charity for people with leukemia, because I knew a little boy named Easton who died from that type of cancer.


Q: What are your favorite holiday traditions?

A: On Thanksgiving, my family sits down together every year and watches Christmas Vacation. On Christmas, we go eat breakfast all together at my Nana’s house.


Q: What tells you most about a person?

A: The way that they treat other people can definitely say a lot about their character and personality.


Q: If you could bring back an old fashion trend, what would it be?

A: I would bring back the mullet for sure.


Q: If you had your own late night talk show, who would you invite first to be on it?

A:  The first person I would invite on my show would be Jimmy Kimmel because he has lots of experience.


Q: If you had to eat the same food for every meal for the rest of your life, that food would you choose?

A: I would definitely eat Agave’s fajitas all day everyday.


Q: What’s your absolute dream job? 

A: I really want to be a neonatal nurse so I can help premature babies survive.


Q: If you had to delete all the apps off your phone except three, which ones would you keep?

A: I would keep Snapchat, messages, and my camera roll.


Q: If you could name your own boat, what would it be and why?

A: I would name it  Save The “Tuttles” just to get on everyone’s nerves but also to include my own name in it.


Q: When you die, what do you want to be remembered for?

A: I want to be remembered for all the babies I saved being a neonatal nurse.