We started our journey nearly 14 years ago, learning the diagnosis of Turner syndrome, before Taylor was born in 2005. Watching her grow from 4lbs at birth to being a smart and active 14 year old who likes the rigors of school and is excited to start her High School Adventure. She likes playing basketball, skiing, and riding her bike, especially exploring the different mountain trails around her home in Golden. We have been to countless appointments with various medical providers and specialists over the years continuing to monitor her growth and development. At age 12, she was diagnosed with Partial Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return (PAPVR) a congenital heart abnormality. Taylor had her biggest surgery yet last year, undergoing a successful open heart surgery at Children’s Hospital Colorado on June 3rd, 2019 for the correction of the two anomalous veins that were going back to the wrong side of her heart. We have been fortunate to have access to a great network of medical providers including the multidisciplinary eXtraOrdinary Turner Syndrome clinic at Children’s Hospital. She is achieving her goal to ride the courage classic this year after a Cardiac Climber Member rode it in her name last year. Thanks to all that care we are riding for support of people like me with ongoing care at Childrens with the Cardiac Climbers. Heart Strong.