Gay's Plan of Attack became the title of
this inspiring book because every time Gay faced an obstacle which wasn't too
small in her eyes to tackle it was something that she needed strength and
planning before she took the challenge on and had to come out wining and
become stronger to survive.
you react if you woke with the priest giving you your last rights to
survive and face the demons who Gay called the doctors?
Gay was in a car accident leaving her a
quadriplegic at the age of 17.
I was a dancer and just started
modeling and going to university studying interior decorating. My world was
going in the way all young girls would have wanted and the next thing I woke up
in hospital and was told I would never walk again.
This book is based around Gay’s true
life experiences which will inspire you to be grateful of every day. Gay says “realize
that life is short and unpredictable so enjoy every day as it can change in the
blink of an eye. Don't be scared to take a chance at anything because you
may not get that chance again. I hope to inspire others that no matter the
odds, we can all learn to overcome obstacles we encounter. The liberation you
will gain from expressing your true self will liberate your constraints.”
Gay Ffrench, Kerstin (an AfH volunteer) and German Tourist with a
musician from the Late Show with David Letterman.
PJS Gallery in the meat packing district of Manhattan kindly offered his gallery to Art for Healing NYC Int'l org to exhibit and sell our donated art collection with live musicians as well. Thank you Patrick for your kind offer. We had a blast and raised funds from the sale of art to support our programs.
We use our donated funds and Funds from art sales to continue our 911 NYC arts peace and courage book music performances and readings, our ongoing arts workshops for children, seniors and our US Veterans, free consultation to artists and more. All cash and stock donations are tax deductible!
We accept cash, stock, property and blue chip art works, and antique documents.
100% of the value is tax deductible.
Thank you from all of us at Art for Healing NYC. Int'l org. Loren Ellis, artist and founder