Haha. I'd watch that show and tell everyone, "Hey! I know those guys!"
I, too, have a story about someone close who has been getting bad news from doctors lately.
I found out today that my friend (and prom date) has been having some medical problems that several doctors can't even identify. All they had to tell her was "good luck". I can't imagine having a disorder that not even modern medical technology can identify. She's keeping her head up, though. In fact, I think up until I asked her to prom, she had been having a shitty week because of all the doctors who couldn't help her. When I asked her to prom, I didn't expect the kind of enthusiastic response I got from her. She even posted about me making her week on FB. She must really be starved for good news by now, so I'm so happy I was able to do something for her.
Hey Xela. If you're really gonna travel the world, I wish you the best of luck. That is something I've dreamed of doing for a long time. To be able to observe all the beauty of the world is truly a blessing and you will definitely go out as a much wiser man. Just remember one thing: don't be a tourist. If you really want to live it up, do as the locals do.
( If you like, come say hi in Texas. I'll show you around.)