Letter that needs no introduction
We were in Boston back in August with our son, Noah, seeing our team of doctors at Children’s for Noah. Noah has a mitochondrial disease and so he needs a lot of specialized care that is centered in Boston.
Anyway, we were in such a rush when we left xxxxxx that we didn’t grab any cash and only had credit cards.
My son volunteered himself for your act one night at Quincy Market. I doubt you remember him, but he looked like a ragamuffin with no shoes and his button to his pants unzipped. When you asked where he was from he said “Home” and he was pretty much doing his own thing (not what you asked him to do)…he’s on the autistic spectrum, so we were amazed he did as well as he did! It was a super special thing for us, it’s so nice when Noah can enjoy “normal” stuff.
The reason why I’m writing is because we made an extra copy of our pictures that we took of you and Noah together during the act and we’d like to send them to you along with some money as a way to say thank you. We certainly felt your act was worth $20 and more—because you offered us a lot more than an act…you offered us a chance to be normal.
If you’d kindly send your address, I’m happy to send you these photos. My Noah thinks and talks about you often. Anytime he hears the name Jason, he says JasonEscape?
Hope this finds you well and again, we thank you!