6 responses to “About

  1. Hi Jonathan! You are an amazing writer- it’s very evident from this latest piece. Know that we are thinking of you. I like the idea of you being various characters…I’m sure each hour/day you are a metaphor of something else.
    Take care!

  2. Uncle Jack and Aunt Bonnie

    You’re kicking it! Don’t let it up for air!

  3. Love the photos. Of course some of my favorites of you are always on my fridge so I get to look at you and think of you continually. I even have some when you were small.Of course you are now sharing space with Ralph.

  4. Nice Golfing pic man….

    So I’m golfing up in the Himilayas and I get on this course…a looper….you know a jock….so I tell them I’m a pro jock and who do you think they give me….the Dhali Llama….12th…12th sone of the Llama…We’re on the 1st tee and he hauls off and whacks this one….big hitter the Llama was…long, long….into the twelve thousand foot crevice at the base of this glacier….you know what he says to me….gunga…gunga…gungalagunga…

  5. Hi Jonathan–
    I’m Jean from the National Bone Marrow Transplant Link, an organization which helps BMT patients and caregivers cope with the social and emotional challenges of transplant by providing vital information and personalized support services. For example, we offer one to one peer support and our survivor stories, “The New Normal,” is posted on YouTube (www.youtube.com/nbmtlink.)
    Please email me at jeanjones@nbmtlink.org or call 1-800-546-5268 if you would like additional information.
    All the best to you both!

  6. Jon,
    I just heard about what you’ve been going through and I didn’t know how else to reach you. Sounds like things are ok right now. Anyway, I wanted to reach out and say if you ever need anything let me know.

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