When Calls the Heart Quotes
Nathan: I know you have a lot going on right now, but I wanted to talk to you about moving to Capitol City.
Nathan: Because just yesterday, you told me how you never wanted to leave Hope Valley.
Elizabeth: And I don’t.
Nathan: So then why are you going?
Elizabeth: Well, he hasn’t won yet.
Nathan: But what if he does.
Elizabeth: Then the valley is saved, and that’s all that matters right now.
Nathan: That’s not all that matters.
Elizabeth: He’s our only chance, and if Lucas wins, then he and I will figure it out.
Nathan: And then what? What about teaching? What about these kids? Is this what you want?
Elizabeth: Nathan, this is bigger than me.
Nathan: Elizabeth, you make a difference here. I’m asking you to be honest with yourself. Is this what you want?
Elizabeth: What other choice do I have?
Nathan: Elizabeth, what do you want?
Elizabeth: What I want is for him to win, so I’m leaving with him tomorrow night, and we’re going to campaign and go to the convention, and if he wins, then I guess, I guess we’re moving to Capitol City.
Nathan: Then I hope, I hope it makes you happy. Be safe.
Elizabeth: What is it?
Rosemary: Cunningham has withdrawn from the governor’s race. Governor Balfour will now run unopposed.
Lucas: And I think, well, when you said you were OK with me running, I thought that would mean you were OK with me winning. And if I do win, that means moving to Capitol City for four years. I assumed you and Little Jack would come with me. I can’t imagine being apart for that long. Could you?
Elizabeth: Of course not. I just hadn’t thought that all the way through, and when I try to think about it… I guess I try not to think about it.
Lucas: Well, I haven’t won yet.
Elizabeth: We have to make sure you do.
Mr. Mitchell: Mr. Bouchard. Just the man I’ve been looking for. I assume you’ve heard the news?
Lucas: Yes; bad news travels fast.
Mr. Mitchell: Yes, but as they say, with loss comes opportunity, and in your case, Mr. Bouchard, opportunity knocks.
Elizabeth: I wish I could give you all of my heart, but I just can’t, and you deserve to be with someone who can.
Lucas: We both do. [kisses her forehead] I wish you all the happiness in the world, Elizabeth.
Rosemary: What do you want?
Elizabeth: I don’t know. I can’t imagine leaving Hope Valley or living in Capitol City, living that life. But as Lucas’s wife-to-be, how could I not go with him? I’m trying. My heart just doesn’t seem to want to follow. Am I doing the right thing by going?
Rosemary: Only you can answer that.
Elizabeth: I just don’t know how I feel about leaving or-
Elizabeth: Or the wedding. I thought it’d be the right choice. It was secure and comfortable.
Rosemary: And safe.
Elizabeth: Safe. I was just so afraid of getting hurt again, but I don’t think I was listening to my heart, and now it’s become louder and louder, and I just don’t know what it’s trying to say.
Rosemary: I think you do. And no matter what you decide, I will always be here for you. Always.
Elizabeth: I really like knowing you can see my light on.
Lucas: [clears his throat] They want me to run. They say that Rosemary’s article has been picked up by dozens of local newspapers and radio hosts are reading it out loud on the air.
Elizabeth: What do you think?
Lucas: I think there has to be someone else.
Elizabeth: Is there?
Lucas: He said with the election three weeks away that no one wants to run knowing they will lose if they don’t have enough time to campaign.
Elizabeth: They’re right. Everyone knows your name. It’s as though your campaign has already started.
Lucas: So, if I were to run, you would be OK with it?
Elizabeth: If it’s what you want, then yes.
Rosemary: Are you sure about this?
Elizabeth: It’s the future of Hope Valley.
So much has changed in just one day, the day Lucas stood up and exposed Governor Balfour’s corruption. I’m so proud of him. When we all realized he was the only one to save the town, he rose to the occasion in a way I could not have imagined. The moment he finished that speech, people started talking. And when Rosemary’s article got picked up by the big city papers, well, nothing could have prepared me. I can’t help feeling confused and afraid of change, of losing things I care about. With everything happening, it’s been hard to think about us, and I’m starting to wonder about our plans. I need to share that with Lucas and ask him what his heart is telling him about his future. I wish I knew what my heart was telling me.Elizabeth
Madeline: Without that deed, Jamie and I have nothing.
Bill: I think you have more than you know.
Losing Jack was the hardest thing I ever went through, and the thought of losing someone else in the line of duty, one who means so much to me, has rekindled old fears I put away. It feels like we have a shadow over us for so many reasons; things that seemed important pale in comparison to what is now at stake.Elizabeth [Voiceover]
Bill: Why didn’t you file the deed?
Madeline: I couldn’t do that to you, and it’s the only leverage I have. Montague still won’t release the trust.