Imagine being a new wife, a mother of a six-week-old baby girl, and an elementary-aged son. The world is bright, colorful, and so full of possibilities. But then, a debilitating and crushing headache lands you in the ER and you discover that you have a terminal brain tumor. The prognosis is worse than you ever imagined. With only three months to live, what do you do as you look in the eyes of your newborn baby, small son, and loving husband?
You fight like Hell.
And that is exactly what Cindy Kuntz does. She fights for her life, for her family, for her love, and for her laughter, kicking cancer’s ass for five long and arduous years. This is her love story–her letters of love to those who mean the most to her. With “No Regrets” being her mantra, Cindy says, “Goodbye,” and “I love you,” to everyone who touched her life. You will laugh. You will cry. You will hold your loved ones a little closer each day. In this love letter, Cindy shows the true meaning of fighting for a life worth living for–a life we should all be so grateful for.