One day I started to notice a pain in my back and I went to the doctor for him to check it out. The doctor looked at it and did some tests and I had to wait a week for the results. He later contacted me and told me that I had cancer. I was shocked and devastated to hear that. I thought it was some kind of mistake, so I went to a San Jose chiropractor to get a second opinion. I had been living a healthy life with no kind of agents that would cause cancer.
I was scared that the chiropractor would confirm what the doctor already told me and started making arrangements for my death. I was looking at sites for my grave and picking out grave stones. I started making a will to leave all of my possessions to my family and where my money should be allocated. I started meeting with friends just in case I wouldn’t get a chance to see them ever again. I really felt as if I was going to have my last day on earth at any minute. It was a scary experience that I’ll never forget as long as I live.
The chiropractor called me back and told me that I didn’t have cancer, and it was only a minor sprain. The doctor then called me the same day and told me that he mixed up my information with someone elses who was in for a check up that day. I was so relieved to hear that I didn’t have cancer. I stopped looking at those grave sites and grave stones and decided that I would go out for a night on the town to celebrate my life. There’s nothing better than knowing that you will be alive for a while.