Hey, your sister said that you could use some company and I know that I could sure use some girl time so I thought I’d stop by and say hi. I have so much to tell you, oh my gosh. The school stuff is going great, you know we started to look at properties and we actually—we found one, which is… which is really cool, because it’s this really old office building, and Adam doesn’t love it, I can tell, but I love it. I fell in love with it the second I saw it. It needs some paint, some TLC, but I think it’s very promising. It has potential for sure. I’m blabbering. I am completely blabbering. If you want me to shut up, you can just say so and I’ll stop talking. I think this place is going to be really great, you know. For Max, for so many other kids. I’m really excited about it. I think it’ll be something that can live on forever.
I loved this moment. Loved it. Because - once again - it underlined so very subtly but so very well how Donna has always been the only one, the only woman, who could actually see Harvey for all he was/is/could be and still accept him completely and without reservations. She speaks her mind, she challenges him to grow, to develop his full potential because she wants him to be truly happy, but she’s never ever forced him to change. Nor has she ever wanted him to change who he was at his core.She’s stood by his side through thick and thin, she’s come to know every single side of him - the good, the bad and the ugly - and she’s still there and proud to be. Proud of who he’s become. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is not only extremely rare to find, but it’s love at its fullest.
y o u ’ v e a l w a y s j u s t k n o w n"harvey, you’re a g o o d man."
”[…] that doesn’t make me a good man, that
makes y o u a good man, for me.”
"harvey… sometimes we need a little help."