I really enjoyed this book a lot. The author, Kelly, was born into a very close family, she was the only girl with two brothers. She was adored by her father who was a very positive, outgoing man. She never doubted what she could do because she had the constant encouragement from her father. She grows up and gets married and has two little girls of her own and is told that she has breast cancer. She wants to be a grown up and be strong but she feels so small and needs to be taken care of by her family. It is a story of triumph, love and strength. It is the story of being someones child, mother, wife and friend. "When you're a mother and your kid's in pain and you can't stop it-it's hell. Absolute hell." Such a true statement and one that is hard to accept. We can't shield our children from every pain, life is full of it. We must guide them through it and help them to be stronger because of it. This story is also full of pain but the triumph that comes with enduring and the importance of fiercely loving those around us.