Narrator: I stood there, my heart in my hand. It was time to give it to it's rightful owner.
Narrator: There was only one thing more to say. The simple thing, the brave thing, the thing that was in both our hearts.
Kevin: Wanna ... study for our history test?
Narrator: Face it. We were a long way from kindergarten. And maybe we were learning that speaking from the heart isn't always easy. That afternoon, Winnie and I chose to leave those words hanging warm and unspoken in the winter air between us. But I think we both knew they were there ... And we would get to them someday. The thing is, we just didn't have to hurry anymore.
Narrator: I never knew until that moment how much it could hurt to lose something you never really had.
Winnie is walking across the street from Kevin, and behind her are some of those low-voltage landscape lights that did not become popular until the 80's.
How could there have been school on Valentine's Day because it fell on a Saturday in 1970?