Elizabeth: Don’t panic. You can do this. You crossed a prairie, for heaven’s sake. How difficult could it be to produce a play?It's been a while since I posted one of these! And since I was in the notion to rewatch the series over the weekend, I figured this was the perfect choice. :)
*Jack walks up*
Jack: Talking to yourself. Not a good sign.
Elizabeth: You were eavesdropping.
Jack: It’s not eavesdropping when one's talking to oneself out loud in public.
Elizabeth: I have to put on a Founders Day play in a week! A play that has been performed every year. A play that apparently has costumes and music and...
Jack: Come here.
*he leads her over to a place to sit*
Jack: Sit down.
*she sits grudgingly*
Jack: Now. Take a deep breath in through your nose and out through your mouth.
*he gives her a look and Elizabeth lets out a huge breath*
Jack: There! Now don't you feel better?
Elizabeth: I do.
Obviously, I'm featuring When Calls the Heart, a TV series from Hallmark Channel. It's based off a book series by Janette Oke, only it's nothing like the books, it's telling a story all of its own. Which isn't a bad thing! Because of Jack and Elizabeth. :D These two are too cute for words! And the particular conversation I highlighted up there is one which never fails to make me giggle at their adorableness. But it also shows how well they know each other. Or, I suppose, how well Jack knows Elizabeth by this point. The two characters start out with an obvious attraction at the beginning of season one, but continue to frustrate each other to no end. As each season progresses (season four is currently airing), their attachment only grows deeper.
I should mention that, if you haven't seen the series and are interested in watching, please be aware that historical accuracy is not its strong point. But if you can overlook that, like me, and simply enjoy the sweetness of the little town of Coal Valley (or Hope Valley, as it comes to be known later) and its myriad of very memorable characters, I don't think you'll be disappointed. :)