A young woman with a mysterious past lands in Southport, North Carolina where her bond with a widower forces her to confront the dark secret that haunts her.

Jo: To the woman my husband loves. If you're reading this, then it must be true, he loves you without a shadow of a doubt or else he wouldn't have given this to you. I can only hope that you feel the same way about him that he does about you. I wanted to write this letter because I wanted you to know one very important thing; I'm so glad he's found you. I only wish I could be there some how to met you, and maybe in some ways I am. Outside of my husband and my two beautiful children, you are the most important person in the world to me because I am gone and they are yours now. You need to take care of them; make them laugh, hold them when they cry, stand up for them, and teach them wrong from right. The thought of you it gives me hope; hope that Alex remembers what it feels like to be young and in love, hope that josh finds someone to fish with again, hope that Lexie has someone to help her on her wedding day. I hope that one day my family will be whole again. And most of all hope that somehow I'm there with all of you, watching over all of you.
Alex: I'm so sorry... just please... stay. Just tell me the truth, just tell me what happened. I don't care, I'm not going to let him hurt you anymore. Listen to me, I'm in love with you. If you stay I promise there's no safer place in the world than with me. You don't have to be scared... I love you... please stay.
Jo: Promise me something Katie, you'll take a lot of pictures and only regret the ones that you didn't take.
Jo: The good thing Katie, is that life is full of second chances.
Roger: When did we start selling paint?
Alex: Today.
Jo: It's a bike, not a kidney.
Lexie: Whatcha paintin'?
Katie: My floor!
Lexie: Floor? Usually people don't paint floors!
Jo: And to think it all started with a bike.
Katie: I thought you said that was him being southern.
Jo: That was him making a move.
Alex: You actually catch this?
Katie: I speared it.
Alex: You gigged it?
Katie: I gigged it? I gigged it.
Jo: Good, you can keep me from peeking inside neighbors windows, it's a bad habit of mine.
Katie: So your really leaving then huh?
Jo: Yeah, I think we both now that it's time for me to go.
Katie: Does is get better... with time?
Alex: Yeah... Yeah... At first I tried to avoid every place we went together. I tried to put it behind me. I tried to... step forward. But it just didn't work. And I realized if I'm not thinking about her then who is. She didn't deserve that; she was an amazing woman and I loved her, and I want my children to know that.
Jo: Katie...
Katie: Hey, look i just wanted to apologize for what i said...
Jo: He's here.
Katie: Whose here...
Jo: You know who.
Katie: At least i know when it's time to leave
Jo: You know your right Katie, but some of us don't have that choice
Alex: Do you like canoeing?
Store Customer: I like canoeing.
Jo: It's a beautiful day, isn't it? Look at how the light shines through the trees.
Jo: Katie! See it's not so hard!
Katie: Bye Jo!
Alex: Grab a book!
Lexie: Yeah, they'e really good books.
Alex: How do you know, you didn't read any of them.
Alex: Did you forget something?
Lexie: You forgot your bike!
Alex: You know normally when someone does something nice, you just say 'Thank You'.
Lexie: Lightbulb, ding!
Katie: Drawing? What are you drawing?
Lexie: I don't know yet.
Katie: Hmm look's like a carrot.
Lexie: No.
Katie: A dragonfly?
Lexie: No, it's a flying fish.
Alex: So why South Port?
Katie: It's like this, a clean empty canvas.
Alex: So you're starting over.
Roger: Well the weather reports wrong.
Alex: They have instruments for this: thermometers, barometer, tons of other crap. You have an arthritic knee.
Lexie: I need her to come right now!
Maddie: Did you hear what happened to his wife? Cancer. Four years ago.
Jo: I wish I had a good excuse, but I have a curiosity.
Katie: Well, you could just say Thank You.
Josh: Why do you have to take pictures?
Alex: I don't know Josh, maybe cause I want to be able to remember this stuff.

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