Daisy is no longer in remission and she has limited time to put her life in order. Her biggest worry is what he husband Jack will do when she’s gone, who will cook and clean and keep him organized? Daisy is a bit overly organized and Jack is her polar opposite, how can she leave him here by himself? So in her free time between trying to find a cure and put her life in order she also tries to find a replacement so that Jack will have someone to take care of him, but as time moves forward and the idea of Jack and another woman becomes more and more real to Daisy she must decide if she should focus on the here and now or worry about what will happen when she’s gone. This book made me a laugh and cry and I enjoyed tagging along with Daisy as she does her best to navigate her ever more complicated world.