Silent Sunday: Count in Panama

The Count’s son sits on the steps of Stem Cell Institute in Panama. He received a stem cell infusion just minutes earlier. I really wonder…what is he thinking about?

~ The Count

* For more Silent Sundays, please click here.

Pin It
This entry was posted in Silent Sundays, The Count TMR. Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to Silent Sunday: Count in Panama

  1. BB says:

    Please elaborate on STEM CELL TREATMENT.
    I believe this can be helpful.

    I also am interested in ways to boost the microbourne with FECAL TRANSPLANTS.
    Feedback from TMR thinkers would be appreciated.

    Never giving up requires thinking outside the box, esp when you have been there and done that and all of the above with little to no progress in the bio end of this scurge .

    Good luck to you, your boy is a sweetheart.

  2. michelle says:

    Loved it. Thanks. I share a cookie with you guys any day 🙂

  3. luvbugtmr says:

    Beautiful, Marco. Beautiful.

  4. Marco says:

    When I get back home I’m going to take another ATEC and if I’m below a 10, that’s it, I’m all done. Then my daddy can spend his time and money taking me to the Steelers games. Even though I think the Giants are really the best team in football. But I just can’t break the news to him or the rest of these Steelers fans.
    Otherwise this Panama place is OK. Kind of cool how the two continents are joined by this little isthmus. And they all speak Spanish. It’s like they have a different word for everything.
    Don’t mind the trips. Gets me out of Pittsburgh, and I love airplanes.
    But back to the Giants and how good they are. The Giants, not the Jets. They suck.
    And why is my daddy “The Count”? He’s terrible at math. And spelling too. Maybe he should be another Sesame street character. Like Cookie Monster. Because he’s always sneaking into the kitchen and eating some cookies when he thinks I don’t see what he’s up to. Last week I saw him singing and dancing while eating cookies when he thought nobody was looking. Here’s what he was singing…
    Anyway. I just love my parents because they will stop at nothing to help me beat autism. Someday they both will be proud of what they’ve done.
    Although I know they are already very proud of me now.
    Thank you to both of them.
    -The Count’s son

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *