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Friends and family!

Wanted to let you know I’m on the home stretch. My sister Val
has been relieved of her duties and passed the torch to my other sister Colleen.


She got here last week and has taken over as my 3rd (and hopefully final)
caretaker. She had to leave the set of the movie she was on “The
Longest Ride” and miss out on her trip to LA to attend the Emmys.
She brings it up at least once a day. I’m kidding. I owe her everything.
She has a heart of gold.

My doctor said September 22 is my ticket out of here, if the
seas continue to stay calm. Between now and then, I’ve got a ton of testing they want to do to make sure all the plumbing is working right.

Colleen’s packed our fridge with about half of the inventory from Whole Foods. I’ve been subjected to, I mean introduced to strange (to me) plants and fruits like edamame, couscous, organic bean burger patties, soy milk, almond milk.

I’ve tried these cold pressed juices made from kale, spinach and wheat
grass where they use approximately seven tons of pressure to extract
'every drop of goodness' from the fruits and veggies. When I drink these
things my face contorts into a pretzel.  But I just keep thinking
'the worse something  tastes…'

Colleen won a $855 lottery at work and that’s become our ‘massage fund.’ They come to our place and set up a cool little table, click on some deep house beats and the real healing begins!

Have fun, stay healthy and thanks for all the emails and phone calls.

~Tommy 2.0

Quick little update: Last week I had a chimerism blood test.
In 1984, two years before I graduated high school, a major milestone in chimera experimentation occurred. Scientists combined embryos from a goat and a sheep, and so the creation of the “geep.” Or more recently In 2007, scientists at the University of Nevada School of Medicine created a sheep whose blood contained 15% human cells and 85% sheep cells. I wonder what they called that? The “shuman?” 

Anyway, my report was around 90% donor and 10% me. I can’t explain it but I can now speak 3 languages. And I now love to eat peas. Where as the old “me” hated peas.

My doctor, Dr. Riches was pretty stoked with these results. She said she was expecting around a 50 or 60% of the cells to be donor.

My sister has been wonderful. Although when she arranges the pillows on my bed, she doesn’t realize the palm tree pattern is upside down. Silly Val. She’s at a firm B-

Stay healthy and thanks for your prayers, phone calls and IM’s.
Tommy 2.0

Quick little update: Last week I had a chimerism blood test.

In 1984, two years before I graduated high school, a major milestone in chimera experimentation occurred. Scientists combined embryos from a goat and a sheepand so the creation of the “geep.” Or more recently In 2007, scientists at the University of Nevada School of Medicine created a sheep whose blood contained 15% human cells and 85% sheep cells. I wonder what they called that? The “shuman?”
Anyway, my report was around 90% donor and 10% me. I can’t explain it but I can now speak 3 languages. And I now love to eat peas. Where as the old “me” hated peas.
My doctor, Dr. Riches was pretty stoked with these results. She said she was expecting around a 50 or 60% of the cells to be donor.
My sister has been wonderful. Although when she arranges the pillows on my bed, she doesn’t realize the palm tree pattern is upside down. Silly Val. She’s at a firm B-
Stay healthy and thanks for your prayers, phone calls and IM’s.
Tommy 2.0

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Poster for my favorite music producers: The Secession Studios

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