Laura, trying to put her heartache over Almanzo aside, travels to Sleepy Eye to find a suitable building for the School for the Blind, but sees a saloon girl coming onto her one-time fiancé and assumes the worst. Almanzo gets wind of Laura's efforts to reopen the school and works to the point of exhaustion to raise the money to rent the building from its cantankerous owner, Houston. Laura learns that Almanzo is very ill and rushes to be at his side. In the end, Almanzo is able to raise enough money to allow Adam and Mary to rent the building as the new School for the Blind. Charles' impression about Almanzo being a "fine young man" is also confirmed, and he softens his stance on when the wedding can take place. Meanwhile, Nellie quickly finds she is very talented and a hard worker in the hospitality industry, something which amazes the Ingalls. However, she has a major problem expressing her growing romantic interest in Percival. When Percy announces that he is leaving, all Nellie can...
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Almanzo James Wilder
Oh, I thought I could forget you, but I can't. Even if I have to wait two years or twenty years, I'll wait. 'Cause there's nobody else in the world for me but you, Beth. I love you.
After Grace and a little boy kiss, her father Charles takes her away saying they'll have to wait too. The boy says "I love you", and the end titles appear: "To be continued" first, and after a second: "in fifteen years". See more