"What's that supposed to mean?" she asked.
"It means I've been up to here with you tippy-toeing around being nice, because you're afraid you'll say something snarky and I'll just happen to take that opportunity to drop dead."
Emma has been in love with Jack since she was a girl, but nothing ever came of it and she's not a child anymore; she's raising one of her own and growing up means letting go of childhood dreams.
But when Jack returns home to Alabama for the first time in a decade, Emma realizes that she's never stopped dreaming and Jack realizes that he's spent his life looking for something that he'd already left behind.
When Jack delivers the news that he's not expected to live another year, Emma is devastated. But Jack has a plan, and while going along may break Emma's heart, sometimes something is so good that it's worth having, even if you know you can't keep it.
Irreverent, wry and quietly beautiful, See You is a bittersweet celebration of the simple beauty of life itself, the gift of time and the fact that sometimes, happily-ever-after isn't as important as happy-every-moment-you-have.