Jesse Ryder and her sister, Luz, were both on track for promising careers as photographers when, at 21, Jesse became pregnant. When the baby was born prematurely, Jesse fled to New Zealand to become a photojournalist, leaving the baby to be adopted by her sister and brother-in-law, Ian. Now, 16 years later, Jesse is back, wanting to meet the daughter she never knew--especially before the onset of her blindness destroys her chance at happiness forever.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I like to believe I am the person my dogs think I am.
I phone my parents every day, as they are elderly and adorable, and they read me stories every day of my freakishly normal childhood. I was a writer before I learned to read, by creating scribbles on paper and dictating the stories to my saintly mother. You can see examples here: https://plus.google.com/u/1/photos/104585203815605467940/albums/5587379107269629729?banner=pwa&partnerid=pwrd1.
Untold eons later, I still read and write everyday and I've gotten very good at it. I live in a ridiculously gorgeous place in the world--an island in Puget Sound, Washington where we have a lot of the same flowers you grow in the UK. But bigger slugs. Much bigger slugs.
I have lots more to tell you, so please join me on Facebook and check out pictures of my dogs and tell me what's on your mind. https://www.facebook.com/susanwiggs