In 1978, Cindy Kunzendorf discovered that she had Hodgkin's Disease. Over the next thirty years, she would go through three different bouts of cancer, surviving every one. Her family memories and her appreciation of how precious life is helped her through this difficult time in her life. She was able to turn her experience into a positive one. During these tough times, Cindy met two amazing women, Kandi Kaliher and Diana Marks, who both suffered from the same disease. Kandi taught Cindy the importance of sacrifice and kindness on a daily basis, while Diana helped to teach Cindy about life and how it should be lived. Although such a terrible ordeal brought them together, the three women found strength in a positive and fulfilling friendship. Cindy Kunzendorf lives in Chicago, Illinois where she is the General Manager of a Pharmacy operation for a National Home Infusion company. Working with patients sent home from the hospital that need intravenous medications, she manages all aspects of care they receive. She has been writing poetry for family and friends for the past ten years, but was inspired to write this novel after the death of her best friend.