Wild Girl

Kathryn Crawford Saxer Career Management

“I’m tired of being good at camp,” my 7-year-old daughter said. That got my undivided attention. “What do you mean?” I asked her.¬†We were driving to the kids’ first day of wilderness camp, one of a string of camps this summer. “I always stay by the counselor, do what they say,” she mumbled, looking out the window. “What if you were wild today?” I asked her. I want my girl to be wild, to run like a crazy thing, to …