i cried thru the last 30min. i've worked with and seen cancer patients while working for md anderson, but it's always very sad, especially pediatrics. i didn't know how vulnerable to be a patient until i became one for a tumor. fortunately, my tumor was benign, and i didn't have cancer. i'm so grateful for that. the experience changed my whole attitude and perception towards mda doctors and nurses as well as everything about my life.
sweetest movie. i love asperger boys. one of my friend dated one, but she broke up with him because he just couldn't give her what she needed. i've read a few books and watched a few movies about asperger people. they are so fascinating to me. i've never met anyone in real life or i may just don't know, but i would love to meet one and fully understand their conditions.
according to my books, many asperger boys are very smart, cute, sweet, and ENGINEERS. i think jeff is on the border of asperger. he fits in the profile. he is an engineer, he talks only what he is interested in, which is highly technical. he has very exclusive knowledge about geography to every inch of the earth and history even to before the earth was born. he likes to stick with what he knows and he doesn't like changes. he is very particular about many things and sensory sensitive such as light, sound, or touch like a tag on cloth. he is also cute and sweet : ) that's why i love him so much, he is unique : )