Previously, Rhamboy (Anthony Jennings) sees Cesca doing her painting in a quiet spot at the mango farm. He approaches her in an attempt to make a good impression but as usual, the act only annoys her.
The determined suitor tries harder but his persistence only results to a ripple of disaster. Rhamboy leans on the easel, loses his balance, falls off, and pours the bottles of liquid colors over Cesca’s nearly done painting. Rhamboy panics and says sorry. But Cesca suddenly bursts into tears and lashes out on him. She is mad that Rhamboy just ruined the piece of artwork she worked on for hours. Cesca reveals to Rhamboy that she sells paintings to support her education. Then, she walks out, leaving Rhamboy guilty and frustrated.
The highlight scene is set at Nueva Valencia after Cesca’s duty at the Pusong Dimagiba production. Rhamboy spots Cesca waiting for a tricycle going out of the village. His presence annoys her once again until her impulse sends her running towards him in fear of getting attacked by a chicken. Rhamboy is thrilled to feel Cesca’s hands latching onto his arms. He grabs the chance to win a point by shielding her from the chicken. The dauntlessness fades in a snap as Rhamboy almost crawls up Cesca’s arms upon seeing a frog taking a leap towards his direction. But never mind the embarrassment, as Cesca finds Rhamboy’s pusillanimity adorable.
Later, Rhamboy takes the courage to send Cesca a message. He unexpectedly receives a reply, filling his heart with excitement and joy.