Sylvia wishes that hormones weren't such finicky things. She has Turner Syndrome and will need estrogen supplements to develop normally-whatever that means, since almost everyone around her seems to be hormonally imbalanced. Her doctor suspects her ambivalence about growing up has caused Sylvia to imagine seeing a large hairy creature in the woods. Interesting theory . . . but her pony has seen it too.
Susan Ketchen was born and raised on Vancouver Island. She has successfully pursued an alarming number of educational paths and professional careers, including over a decade in the field of marriage and family therapy. She can sometimes be found out standing in her field, and always on the web at www.susanketchen.ca.
"Ketchen's writing is fast-paced, compelling and full of surprises. Sylvia's persistence and creativity in overcoming her life's challenges will inspire the reader for a lifetime." ~ Horse Family Magazine