Updated Campaign for Surgery Recovery and Home Accessibility Renovation
Thank you all so much for keeping Gail in your thoughts and prayers. We have great news to report: Gail’s thoracic decompression surgery on March 21st went well! She was discharged late Sunday from the Emory Ortho and Spine Hospital, where she took her first steps, literally, towards her recovery!
A big step was also taken on the home front towards making our home long-term accessible. Acorn Stairlifts installed a chair lift, which now gives Gail access to our lower level master bedroom and back yard.
March 26, 2018
We are so happy to share that Gail’s surgery went well! She will be in the hospital for a few days and has begun some physical therapy already.
We are currently working to figure out the best place for her to recuperate, weighing the options as our home doesn’t have fully accessible features yet. Thank you for your prayers and kindness, she feels so much love.
Please continue to pray for her recovery and consider donating to the fund for her rehabilitation and home accessibility.
April 3, 2018
Gail is having her spinal surgery tomorrow, Wed March 21st! Thank you deeply for your kindness, prayers, and generosity – we met our first goal to pay for the surgery!
Gail’s post-op rehabilitation costs are estimated between $6,400 to 9,600. It is our next goal to reach $17,150 in the next couple of weeks!
Please pray for the surgery to go perfectly well without any complications and for full recovery. Thank you again so very much.
Stay tuned for updates on Gail’s progress.
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April 12, 2018
We're very excited for your continued recovery and happy to help you get your home into a "home". Please keep bringing beauty into the world like you guys do. Thank you!
Doug & Kendra Wetzel
April 11, 2018
Gail, so glad to see you and Tom moving forward with your renovation and to hear you’re doing even better than expected with your recent surgery. Greg
March 30, 2018
Great news, all the best. alvin
March 30, 2018
We are thinking of you, thanks so much for letting us know Wishing you a speedy recovery.