Author's Comment: My husband and I had been married 12 years. We were accustomed to quiet solitude and isolated hobbies. I was acting principal of our church's Christian school and adept at loving and disciplining children of all ages. But living with one of the creatures [teenage foster daughter, Donna] was something else! My training hadn't included disciplining a teenage cyclone with an unbridled will. I ran to the Christian bookstore, searching for advice. The only book I found remotely close to my need was 'How to Break and Train Wild Mustangs'. I bought it and read it avidly. Meanwhile, Donna appeared to be writing her own book with her friends: 'How to Hoodwink and Hornswoggle Naive Foster Parents'...[Later] Donna then left us, headed for a Christian college, marriage, and a teaching career. She prepared our hearts to care for 11 more foster children who needed a home.