ORIGINAL STORY: A child dying from cancer isn't using his last days to rest.
With the help of complete strangers, 10-year-old Taylor Hammond's final wishes are coming true.
Taylor has made a "life list."
"It's definitely not a bucket list because I don't like buckets," explained Taylor.
He's been doing some amazing things. He and his family just got back from Hawaii. Some things are simpler, like seeing a good movie.
Taylor has been fighting leukemia for more than four years. It keeps coming back. Now it's terminal. They don't know exactly how many more days Taylor has left.
Taylor came up with a list of things he wants to accomplish in his life. People who don't even know him are contributing to make sure he gets them all done.
"It feels like the whole world is my family and they're never going to let me down," said Taylor.
It hasn't been easy. Just going out to a movie is complicated for Taylor and his family. Taylor's immune system is very weak. That's a big reason why his parents home school all six of their adopted children.
The entire family has been checking off items on Taylor's "life list."
"This is something we're never going to forget. I mean, you heard him, he said, 'this is the most amazing thing that's ever happened to him,'" said Brian Hammond, Taylor's father.
There are still a few more items to do, like meet Floyd Mayweather.