Joined 10 years ago from Southport, CT
My name is Jonathan Janco and thank you for reading. I was born in Bridgeport, CT to young parents who ending up divorcing when I was very young. I actually don't have single memory of them being together. As a result, my mother and I moved around a lot, but I did not live outside of Fairfield County, CT until I left for college. I attended Marywood College (now University) and acheived a Bachelor's in Radio & T.V. Broadcasting (what telecommunications used to be called). Since then, I have moved back to Connecticut and have rekindled my first passion, which is writing. Here, you will see me writing on a number of issues and I hope you will find it interesting.
7 years ago
When I was four years old I thought it was a dream. I stood upon a cloud in front of a gigantic row of piano keys. The two figures wore white robes and angel wings and their faces resembled each of my grandfathers (both of whom were still alive at...
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