Tuesday, March 28, 2006


By the time I got to bed it was 2 or 3 a.m. Of course, I set my SLEEP timer for 30 minutes hoping that by that time, I would be in lalala land. Then, browsing through the channels, I stumble upon an HBO movie, where it was a hospital scene. You know me and hospitals, i'm drawned to them... It was a little girl in a head brace, one that is usually used for head injury or TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) patients. With her parents with her telling her that everything will be all right. Something, I have experienced myself. So I watched the movie and slept at past 5 in the morning. Hahaha. Don't ask what time I got up. Hehe.
"Paralyzed from the neck down by a devastating car accident, eleven-year-old Brooke Ellison and her family fight against all odds to help her live her dreams-including graduating with honors from Harvard University. A testament to the courage and determination of an unforgettable young girl and the family that stood by her, THE BROOKE ELLISON STORY is a deeply inspiring, often astonishing account of the triumph of the human spirit." The film was directed by Christopher Reeve. Try to catch it on HBO.

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