I don't know where to begin. I was born and raised in NY, as the youngest of three childre. At 8 years old, my parents were legally seperated. They were never legally divorced. I've been a champion tennis player since the third grade. At 17, I turned pro and won the US nationals 3 years in a row. We were educated at home by my mother and she wrote a book on the subject. One winter, my sister, Margot, and I ran away and hid in the African wing of the public archives. We shared a sleeping bag and ate nothing but crackers and root beer.