On a cherry tree next to Jonathan Pittle's tomb hangs a glass angel.
Gifts from his aunt and uncle-
It's a metaphor for Jonathan. He's a fragile and bright boy.
"I woke up thinking of him," said Tina Bovary, Jonathan's mother.
"I miss his voice, but I'm lucky that I can hear him because he's everywhere: I can hear his laughter, I can hear his voice.
But that doesn't diminish your yearning for him.
One year ago today, Jonathan Pittle died.
Eleven months after stem cell transplantation, he developed a medical complication, septic shock, which he hoped would prevent the development of his ruthless skin disease, epidermolysis bullosa. (EB).
"We're looking forward to going home," Bouario said.
"He wants to see Gibson, as long as he can walk the dog.
"For Bouario, the past year has been torn apart by changes.
For most of the past two years, she has been in a hospital in Minnesota to help her son face one medical challenge after another.
Jonathan only trusted his mother to bathe and change his bandages. -an hours-
He suffers a long time every day.
Jonathan Pittle's mother, Tina Bouario, is in front of her son's gravestone.
At Russell's home, Julie Oliver / Boileau found herself unsure how to navigate without Jonathan in the world center.
She did not know how to bear the pain of losing him, how to get rid of grief, how to control her emotions in public.
"I didn't bring him back. What should I do now?
"She remembers to ask herself.
"I have to understand what my new life will be like.
"To get the answer, she turned to Jonathan's example.
"What does Johnny want now?
He didn't want us to be unhappy at home.
He was never that kind of child.
It's always like, "I don't feel sorry for myself.
"Bouario forced himself to go back to work and to public places.
"Everything starts hard," she recalled.
"But it's not true for those who say that dust is settled and time heals.
Indeed, the edges may not be so sharp.
But I miss him today as much as I did last year, and I love him today as I did last year.
"Jonathan Pittle and his mother Tina Bovary.
Julie Oliver/Ottawa Citizens Open-
In grocery stores and streets-
Bouario often found himself comforting strangers who hugged her and pouring out their grief for Jonathan.
"I understand this because people really think they are connected with him: they all know him because he's open," she said.
"It's very beautiful, but at the same time, it's challenging: people want to grieve with you.
Many said they were inspired by Jonathan's resilience: his ability to find happiness in the face of such a terrible disease.
"People remember him in different ways. They like to talk about him because I think everyone is moved.
It helps them get through the difficulties.
That's what Jon stands for, because his hard times are much harder than most of us. . . It's incredible how many people have reached out and said that Jonathan had an impact on them.
Tina Bovary cried and thought of Jonathan, who missed as many people today as she did the day she lost him.
Julie Oliver / Boileau is an energetic post-media woman whose life has been full of vitality in the past year.
She sold Russell's house and moved to a new one.
She has a new puppy. -
A French Bulldog named Hannah-
To make sure Jonathan's dog Gibson is not alone.
She also continued to chair the Debra e-commerce charity in Canada and organize activities to raise awareness and research funding.
This is Jonathan's dedication to his career, and Boylia wants to see through it: "He wants to raise awareness, he wants to find a cure.
I told him I would help him.
We've always known that Johnny may never see this treatment, but somebody will.
Jonathan Pittle's mother, Tina Bovary, often finds complete strangers on her son's gravestone.
"Oh, I just leave them alone," she said, "and then come back.
"However, on this day, she has some time and her own" Johnny Boy.
"Julie Oliver/Postmediajonathan received two experimental stem cell transplants, both of which required chemotherapy and radiotherapy in an attempt to reverse his disease.
The second transplantation was successful, but it was accompanied by a series of infections and other complications.
In the months before his death, however, Jonathan was thrilled by some dramatic improvement in his skin condition: scabs formed in some parts of his knees, legs and feet, which had been open wounds for many years.
"He doesn't want a million dollars.
He doesn't want to get rich.
He doesn't want these fancy things.
He just wants to live, "his mother said.
He still made her smile.
When she checked his stuff, Boileau found out that Jonathan had taken a series of cartoon photos using an application that distorted his function.
"That's his sense of humour," she said.
Photos of Tina Bovary found on Jonathan's mobile phone after her death.
JPG Boileau often imagines Jonathan's reaction to events.
He would like their sunny new backyard.
He would have laughed foolishly if he saw Gibson rolling around with their new puppy.
He could have given his 16-year-old sister an injection. -year-
When she first sat behind the steering wheel.
She visits Jonathan's gravestone once a week.
Next to his tombstone, there are some solar energy. -Power lamp（
He doesn't like darkness. And forging-
An iron chair shaped like a butterfly.
Above all, Bouario misses his inner laughter.
"It's so heartfelt, so real.
So that's what I want to focus on: good moments.
"* The Russell Agricultural Association will hold a donation dinner on May 3 to celebrate Jonathan Pittle's life and courage.
Tickets are only available for women at $55 per ticket at www. russellfair. com.
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