José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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We've been following the very intricate story of Brittany Maynard, the woman who's choosing to die with dignity instead of succumbing to her cancer.
It seems as though she's still trying to make the most of her last days and is crossing off some pretty cool things off her bucket list.
The 29-year-old and her family just went to the Grand Canyon, and that's not even the most extreme trip she's made since her brain cancer diagnosis.
In addition to traveling down to Arizona, Brittany also went glacier kayaking and boating on the Pacific Ocean in Alaska.
And while she may be having fun going on adventures, she's unfortunately feeling sicker than ever.
"This week my family and I traveled to the Grand Canyon, thanks to the kindness of Americans around the country who came forward to make my 'bucket list' dream come true
Sadly, it is impossible to forget my cancer. Severe headaches and neck pain are never far away, and unfortunately the next morning I had my worst seizure thus far. My speech was paralyzed for quite a while after I regained consciousness and the feeling of fatigue continued for the rest of the day."
We're so sorry, Brittany!
But your strength through all of this is truly inspiring.
There's just eight days until Brittany is scheduled to take her own life thanks to Oregon's death with dignity laws.
We hope she gets to do everything she wants to accomplish in that time!
Good luck, Brit.
[Image via Brittany Maynard/Instagram]