I got the EITHER WAY, I'LL BE OK after I got the results of a CT scan. The day after the scan, I was notified I had 6 places in various lobes of my lungs and one on a kidney. I’ve always said should I be told I have cancer that I would not have chemo. It’s just a personal choice I made many years ago. I know my Savior, and feel when it’s my time, I’ll meet Him. Until that time, I want to fulfill a few things on my bucket list. I don’t want to spend whatever time I have left, sick and feeling awful. I saw my dad go through that and it’s just not for me. Tim McGraw has a song called Live Like You Were Dying and I’ve listened to it countless times since that day. I’ve also listened to If Tomorrow Never Comes by Garth. Music has been my therapy, my emotional support pet has been my source of love, and my HUG on my write is a constant reminder many times a day, that it’s very true that EITHER WAY I'LL BE OK. I have several and have gotten some as gifts for others, but this one is the most special and meaningful. You all do such great things for so many that I’ve been impressed from the start. If there were more people like you all, what a much better world we’d have! Thank you from the bottom of my heart❤️ Like I’ve always said when I write or tell others about you, #ZOXROCKS!!!