Leave Her to Heaven

Well, somebody had
to make her welcome.

Maybe you're in love with her.
You're in a rotten mood, Ellen.
- Maybe that's why you invited her.
- Do you want her to hear you?

You can't draw a breath in this room
without being heard all over the house.

Let's change the name from
Back of the Moon to Goldfish Manor.

What's happened to you?
You're whipping yourself
into a fit of hysterics.

Oh, no, I mustn't do that.
It might disturb Mother and Ruth
or wake up Danny!

Ellen, what's got into you?
I don't know.
I don't know.
Oh, darling, forgive me.
I'm sorry.
I can't help it.
It's only because I love you so.
I love you so I can't bear to share you
with anybody.

Well, the gal with the hoe.
You're doing a swell job.
It's easy here. You just put things
in the ground and they grow.

It's much harder by the sea
where we live.

Dick, when are you going to visit us
at Bar Harbor?

When I finish the book maybe.
I think you'll like it there.
We were talking about it this morning,
Mother and I.

We thought it might be a good idea
for Danny to go back with us.

The beach is lovely,
and we have a sailboat.

He'd have a wonderful time.