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Gail Needs Your Help!

My wife, Gail Foster, is continuing her passion and working life, as a visual artist. She’s doing it with her grit and determination and your kindness, generous spirit, love and support!

Updates (5)

October 8, 2020

We wanted to update everyone on Gail’s surgery. Her surgery went well. She is in the hospital recovering and we’re excited to have her back home in a day or two to continue her recovery.

Thank you everyone for keeping her in your thoughts and prayers.

September 23, 2020

I want to update you on Gail’s journey.

Resiliency and a positive spirit have been Gail’s primary tools throughout her health journey. Recently, Gail’s had to use these tools and more as she has been diagnosed with a large incarcerated hiatal hernia, a complication from her previous injury ~ she’s lost 25% of her body weigh over the past four months!

Gail will be undergoing thoracic surgery October 7th with Dr. Saeid Khansarinia. (Dr. Khansarinia was the first surgeon to place a diaphragm pacing system and remains one of the leading surgeons in the country in placing diaphragm pacing systems to aid quadriplegic and other patients with diaphragm dysfunction.)

Her surgery requires preparation, a significant recovery time, then ongoing physical therapy. As Gail continues her art practice, she will require an assistant to aid with health visits, errands, and studio assistance.

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December 5, 2020

Gail and Tom, Your spirits and resilience are shining lights. Thank you for sharing through your art!

Sandra Prillaman

December 2, 2020

So happy to see your recovery and the happiness it brings you and everyone. Bless you both! Love and light, Logynn and Buck

Logynn B Ferrall

December 1, 2020

Sending this with prayers for healing and gratitude for the inspiration your art has provided for me and for so many.

Jill Lee Barber

November 28, 2020

I have followed Gail's beautiful art for many years. She has been an inspiration to many.

Gail Armstrong