This happiness is derailed by the news of her father's battle with cancer. Torn between duty and fear, she takes a leave of absence to be by his side. Leaving her husband, her career, and her detachment from reality behind, Chelsea boards a flight back to her hometown in New York. She doesn't know exactly how she'll navigate this new path, one now defined by uncertainty and the heartbreak of impending, inescapable, and unimaginable loss. She relies on her wit and keen observation of human fragility and strength to explore both the tragic and quirky circumstances surrounding death. Pulled from the comfortable delusions of her island life, she's out of her realm, out of her depth, and definitely out of her comfort zone. Life is chaos.