THE TWO WORLDS OF JENNIE LOGAN

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When she leaves, he walks her to the 1899 gate and picks some flowers to give her.

When she transitions back to 1979, she finds the flowers have come with her.  She is very pleased about that.

Back home, she stares at the flowers, thinking about David.  Michael is not happy about that.  He wants her to love him again but every time

he touches her, she flashed to the memory of him with another woman.

Each day when Michael is in the city working, she puts on the dress and goes to find David.  Here she finds him in the yard sketching.

They are together in the yard when Elizabeth Harrington arrives.  Elizabeth is Pamela's sister and has always loved David.  She is quite

disturbed to find Jennie with him. When Elizabeth leaves, David kisses Jennie for the first time.

Just as he is kissing her, who rides up and sees them but Mr. Harrington, father of Pamela and Elizabeth.

Each day she comes again and they spend time together, growing closer and closer.

He sketches her while they are out on the lake.

As they put into shore, he crouches in front of her to kiss her.

They stand together in the boat for more kissing, but the boat tips them into the lake.

Inside, he tells her she must get out of the wet dress.  She says no because she is afraid that if she takes it off, she'll be back in 1979.

He leaves to make hot tea for her and she starts to take it off herself since he's already undone the back.

She is scared to death taking it off will send her back.

When she discovers it doesn't, she is blissfully happy.

Being able to take off the dress opens up, um, all sorts of new...possibilities.

He shows her the portrait he has painted of her and she recognizes it as the one in the museum.

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