Born premature, so small, every breath was a struggle. Walking took longer, cerebral palsy the doctors had explained.
As she grew, school was sometimes made hard by staring eyes blind to what was inside. In sport, she always tried but never won other than the hearts of many.
As an adult, she turned to writing. Success followed success.
Interviewer, “You were never afraid to take a leap of faith?”
Faith replied, “With my name, how could I not? I always knew those I loved would be there to help me if I fell.”
Her autobiography, “Faith, a Leap of Me.”