July News from Heather

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

July was a busy month for me.  All three of my children went back to school the week of August 8 so just getting them ready for it kept me busy.  I also was interviewed by PBS.  They are doing a radio show about domestic violence followed up by a prime time show on TV.  They want me to participate in both venues which I am happy to do.  I’ll let you know in advance when it will happen.
My screen/script writer had to take some time off to fly to California for six weeks.  They were asked to assist with the campaign to elect Morgan Fairchild as the president of the Screen Actor’s Guild.  We feel that the contacts made during this time will improve our chances of receiving the assistance we need to complete the journey of getting this project from script to screen.  This is a positive thing for us and I’m excited.
I’ve been asked to do more speaking about Domestic Violence and I look forward to the opportunity.  Let’s continue to have our voices heard about this disease that continues to injure both emotionally and physically.  Maybe all survivors of D.V. should get together and camp in front of the White House either in Washington D.C. or Texas until we are heard loud and clear.  There is no place for domestic violence in anyone’s life! 

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Heather Grossman's ex-husband hired a man to kill her in 1997. He was not successful in his attempt to take her life, but the gunshot wound left Heather paralyzed from the neck down. Heather was just 31 years old with three young children. During the years since the incident, Heather's family has been doing everything they can to keep her alive and well, but expenses are high, and they need as much help as they can get.

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