I can't believe we just met two weeks ago and now you're going off to the front.
Don't worry. I'll be back before you can say Coca cola.
OK. But promise me you watch out for the Germans.
Don't worry about me. Worry about the Kaiser. He's not gonna know what hit him, babe.
OK, Emily, goodbye.
I don't want you to leave.
Oh don't cry my love. I love you.
I love you too, Francis.
Goodbye, my darling.
Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye.
I just wanted to give you my handkerchief. Don't ever forget me.
Oh, thank you, darling.
Francis, do you miss yet?
Yeah, wait. How are you running so fast?
What do you mean?
I'm on a speeding train.
Well, I'm always chasing the sheep around the bar. Maybe that's how.
Oh, OK. But we said goodbye. So maybe you should go back to the farm.
I'll run all the way to the Germany for you.
Aren't you getting tired?
Not as long as I'm looking at you.
Well, I think you need to go home.
But I don't want to say goodbye.
Emily, Emily, don't forget your Bonnet.
Oh Mom, thanks.
I'll be running to town. I'll see you later.
Is that your mother?
Yes. I guess you got a preview of me in 25 years.
OK, you need to go home now.
You are my home. Wow, big old log.
Emily, you're freaking me out a little bit.
I know. I have so much energy and I only had a small breakfast.
What did you eat?
18 eggs and a gallon of buttermilk. But all this running is making me hungry again.
Hey, who's that little lady running next to the train?
I'm the love of his life.
No, you are not. We're breaking up.
Because I'm going to war and you're really weird.
Fine. But you're making a big mistake, Francis. I may not be your typical girlie girl, but one day, you're gonna wake up, wow.
Oh my god, she fell in that creek.
No, no, no, hanging on.
I am back and I caught a fish.
I don't need it.
I want to for energy. Did you miss me?
You know, strangely, I did.
Does that mean we are engaged. Yeah, I'm going to tell mama.
You'll never get away from that one.