Not particularly my type of story but it was heartfelt (although at times felt cheesy, but it fit the narrative). The story felt well thought out and structured pretty well but there were some inconsistencies in flow and pacing.
I felt as if there was a typo on every page, but luckily the clever lines made up for the grammatical errors.
I don't want to get too deep into my personal feelings about this because it's not my cup of tea. But for any of you that enjoy lifetime movies and want a tear-jerker this is your script.