Thursday, January 6, 2011

Thursday January 6, 2011

Josh is still resting comfortably between sessions
with his doctors, nurses and therapists. If he was
described as "storming" before, I would describe his
current state, when not at rest, as "breezy". Josh
either has his eyes closed or open. We believe he can
hear us talking to him, but has very limited ability
to respond. As the doctors tell us, he is still very
early in the healing process.

We are looking forward to pet therapy, pool therapy
and trips to the greenhouse at the hospital. Thanks
again to everyone who continues to send prayers, meals,
cards, and gifts. Many times, that is what gets us through
the day.

There is a great website you all should visit:

This organization is the Acquired Brain Injury Network.
They help TBI survivors and their friends and families.

Love you all,
The Bonjos


  1. So glad to hear of Josh's progress. Every step forward is a step in the right direction to healing. He continues to be in our thoughts and prayers. Even our children ask about him and include him in their nightly prayers. Our thoughts are with you daily as you continue down the path to recovery.
    Ed and Jacquie Passifione and children

  2. Good to hear that Josh is making progress on his road to recovery. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    I am a friend of your dad from the Air-Force when he was stationed in Iceland.
    We will keep Josh in our prayers.
    Gene and Carol Nezat

  3. I just found out about Josh and wanted to let you know that I am thinking about all of you and will keep you in my thoughts.
    Kristin Lamoureux

  4. As hoped prayers must have reached him, and he is recovering, I'm glad that is so.
    We will keep hoping for a quick recovery!
    Go Josh Go!
    Hope the best and better yet

  5. So glad to hear that Josh is finally doing his rehabilitation! Between the dogs and the water, I have a great feeling that he will start waking up! Sounds like an excellent facility that he is in! It sounds like they are keeping him busy, but that is probably what his body needs right now to start waking up.
    Keep up the great work Josh! I have a feeling you are going to be JUST FINE!
    Shelli Banko

  6. The Brain Injury Association of PA is hosting their annual fundraising event in West Chester (near Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital) on Saturday, March 26th.

    We should start a team for Josh.