Leah Waddell works as an on-air weather girl for a local television station in Conway, although she aspires to do real forecasting work for or with the station's chief meteorologist Chris, who believes she needs more experience before he will permit her to transition into that area. In addition to signs showing her that her dating life has stalled, Leah makes the threefold decision to: move out of her parents' house; stop dating for a year; and focus that year on her professional life, which includes completing her degree in meteorology and honing her knowledge on the science of weather forecasting. As soon as she makes that decision, men seem to be coming out of the woodwork, they not there before, wanting to date her. She ends up moving next door to Mark Crawford, who too is embarking on his own one year plan: having grown up on and just moved from his father's dairy farm, he, having gotten a consulting job with a dairy, is giving city life a try, his heart up to this point of his ...
Did You Know?
When he tells her there is WiFi on the farm, he says "scout's honor," but holds up the wrong hand. Boy Scouts affirm with three fingers of the right hand. See more
In the opening credits, male lead Christopher Russell's first name is misspelled as "Chistopher". See more
References The Wizard of Oz
Where You Will Find Me
Written by Pete Graham
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