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Always having to take care of you.
It's too cold out.
Well, it'll be too cold for Jake to come by.
that we... your mother wouldn't mind--
It's just, I don't like what this place is
doin' to you.
Every day you're more stressed it's just not
at the moment.
your mom to come too if you--
Sarah, she's not gonna go for it.
You wanna be the one to try and talk her into
it well you be my guest.
Well it's all I ask.
You know my old man gave everything just to
You're probably right.
That was our... (engine starts)
I told your Mama, but I figured you should
know too, you got til' Friday to pay the balance
finally caught up to you.
Hey, hey, hey.
Everything's gonna be alright.
Burry me under the tree quickly.
I'm sorry we couldn't save the ranch, Ma.
You knew about this!?
No, I mean, my dad always told me that the
tree that grew over his brother's grave was,
I didn't know about this.
Mom saved the ranch.
Sarah we can stay!
No I mean, ever since I got my leg torn up
we had on my surgeries.
Can we make it grow more money?
Well, I don't wanna see any more of this.
Well, we're thankful for this and good with
what we've got.
Well, thanks mom.
We're 1,500 short.
But that's enough to get an apartment.
We can start over in town.
Alright, it's everything my dad said it was
you when to stop and go.
Look, my mom it out there with my dad now.
All of this has to stay in my family.
they would want you to stay?
Sarah that's not fair. No, even with all
this, we can't afford to pay off the ranch.
We only have two days-- Look I know how much
time is left.
Alright? I know it.
I just don't know what else to do about it.
You son of a bitch! (loud grunting)
draw up the papers.
Sell the farm.
I know he doesn't want to.
I just don't have any other choice.
I gotta go, bye.
What's wrong with you this morning?
Nothin' just didn't get much sleep last night.
You know I was thinkin'. I was thinkin' maybe today
we should go in and take a look at some apartments.
Yeah I've had it with this godforsaken place.
Can we go look at that one on the east side?
Honey we'll go look on what ever side of town
and... then we'll go.
And this unit is only 800 dollars a month,
with a 1600 dollar deposit.
We can afford to move in today.
With a little left over.
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