Leah: Etong adventure natin, parang kuwento nating dalawa
wala tayong mga expectations, gusto
lang natin makita ung bulkan, di natin
in-expect, na ma-e-enjoy natin pala ‘to
Clark: Kinda like getting married para lang sa green card,
di natin alam ma-i-inlove pala tayo sa isa’t isa,
ang journey natin kahit hindi naging madali
maraming pagsubok, just getting here,
seeing this view, its all worth it, and you are
worth it Leah
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For me, Episode 73 is a perfect prologue to tomorrow’s episode #OTWOLTheProposal. The last scene where Clark and Leah travelled to see the volcano is synonymous to their journey in finding love. Since they professed their love in San Francisco and finding out about Leah’s mom, their love story has become about fighting for their love and taking risks. It was a steep hill to climb on.
But, at the end of the day, their uphill battle was all worthy to be experienced because they are now happy together. Clark said it himself, Leah is worthy to be loved. Although Leah didn’t say the same thing back to Clark, the fact that she took the risk with him is her unspoken word for “you’re worth it too.”
Will #OTWOLTheProposal seal their love? With how fast paced the story line is, no one would/should argue that Leah will accept the proposal. She will accept it, right? Right?
One of the things that they tackled in this episode is about trust in marriage. Leah has been wary about Angela as she is obviously smitten by Clark. Leah is getting suspicious with Clark’s phone conversations. In this episode, Leah finally gave in to the temptation and decided to check Clark’s phone.
Clark: How can a marriage work if we don’t trust each other?
As a kid you always hear your parents tell you to trust that they’ll buy your favorite toy. And when they break that promise, you throw a tantrum. As an adult, the scenario shifts and now you are asking your parents to trust you that you’ll behave at school. Do your parents throw a tantrum if you fail at school? No, they try to understand, support and make sure to help you get your grades better.
Clark is like a parent. He was upset at first when he discovered that Leah was peeking at his phone. But, he was mature enough to forgive and understand Leah who has been having trust issues since finding out about her mom’s whereabouts. And what’s perfect, he re-assured her that he’s only hers. The re-assurance is what we need in marriage. We trust and re-assure our love for our partners.
Clark: When in doubt, sa’yo lang ako
Leah: Ako rin, sa’yo lang ako
Now, if only all men can be Clark. Ha!
Here are some more reactions to today’s episode. Plus, have fun watching the bloopers here #OTWOLDreamLove – Outtake. Enjoy!
that special feeling, those happy memories would
never be enough until everything sealed by one question…..
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