I really enjoyed this book. I found Nichole’s narrative touching and funny and honest to a fault. Nichole is diagnosed with n college and she slowly changes the way she lives her life as the disease evolves. It does not stop her in the least from finding love and happiness and having a full life, not one bit, I was silently cheering her on as she tackled foreign travel and parenting which terrifies her since she is afraid of her illness limiting her parenting skills and putting her children in harms way. As someone who does not have the greatest vision in the world I could identify with her fears on some level. I found this story uplifting and heatwarming even with it’s heavier moments. A great read.