Faith's Summer Plans
We're hoping that Faith and Laura will be able to film a television show for the Japanese TV production company Zippy. We're told it will be a variety show, but Faith will be visiting elderly Japanese patients in either a hospital or a nursing home, Faith loves working with and visiting elderly people so this should be a very good experience for her. Because I am going to be working full time Laura will be talking on camera and handling Faith as she is filmed. Infact, Laura has been doing most of the shows with Faith this Spring and will continue to work with her.
Thanks so much for following Faith. As she goes on other trips you can see her progress at www.boardthefaithtrain.com
The book I am writing about Faith is in the hands of a great publisher in NYC. We hope to announce their name to you soon. When the book is released Faith, Laura, Caity, and I will go to at least 6 maybe more military bases and do book signings. That should be closer to December, but the announcement of the publishers name is coming soon! Look forward to a cartoon version of Faith's life in the future too - - she's just a busy girl.
The REALLY exciting news right now is the Puppy Faith plush toy that is out and available at www.chermarketing.com for $14.99 plus shipping and handling.
You'll have to write to Cheryl or Norma at Cher Marketing for the total cost, but I think I paid $5.00 or so for one to be mailed to me, for a total of about $20. International rates are higher of course.
It's very cute, very cuddly, and way too sweet to pass up. I'm thinking everyone I know will be getting one for their birthday, Christmas or anniversary!! She's adorable.
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