“It’s good to leave here, save me from being troubled again.” Kuck murmured lightly, and at the same time leaned his head and looked at the door of the room.
Even before he recovered, he had an instinctive vigilance as Mark, not to mention this time?
The footsteps that came step by step naturally could not escape his ears.
The footsteps stopped in front of his door for a while, then only came a few knocks on the door. It was San Er’s voice. “Mark, are you asleep?”
Kuck was silent for a while, then said indifferently, “What’s the matter?”
San Er, who thought she could not get a response, was preparing to leave in disappointment. But at this time she turned her head, and once again approached the door, She whispered, “Are you going to… leave tomorrow?”
“…Will you have breakfast before leaving?”
“I will leave before dawn.”
“You have recovered your memory, haven’t you? When you came back, you gave me a different feeling,” San Er said softly against the door.
It was really different. Whether it was his look or her own feeling, it was already different. San Er keenly noticed something.
After thinking about it, she finally found the courage to say, “Mark. Do you… want to stay?”
In that room, there was no response for a long time.
San Er probably knew the answer. She sat down along the door panel and hugged her legs.
She didn’t know whether the man who came into her life, who was in the room, was sitting or leaning against the door at this time. She didn’t know what he was thinking.
It took a long time before San Er raised her head and whispered, “Xiaozhi… would probably be sad.”
Kuck’s voice came, “Children will forget people and things very quickly.”
San Er suddenly turned her head and asked, “What about adults?”
Kuck touched the door from inside the room and said indifferently, “After some time, it will also be the same for adults.”
San Er smiled desolately. She spoke again after a while, “That’s true. If I don’t look at the photos, I will almost forget my husband’s appearance.”
Kuck didn’t speak.
San Er thought about what happened during this time, starting from Xiaozhi’s discovery of this man in the river, until he forcefully stayed in her home.
It felt good to have a man at home… when I was sick… when I have no one to rely on.
Although gossip began to increase, but more often, some long-lost laughter came back to this little tofu shop again.
“It seems that so many things have happened like a dream.” San Er smiled and said… She remembered something that was awkward.
“En,” Kuck responded.
For him, what happened to Mark was also an… experience that was temporarily unrelievable.
“I used to have never thought that so many things would happen to me.”
San Er said with a smile on her face at this time, “I got married very early, gave birth to a child, and had a good husband. Later, when my husband died, I just wanted to raise my child, you know? Sometimes I think, after more than ten years, am I just like the aunty next door, and I have to worry about my daughter’s marriage again?”
“More than ten years? Too early,” said Kuck indifferently.
“Too early?” San Er was stunned, then giggled.
“What are you laughing at?” Kuck frowned.
San Er laughed a little bit fiercely until her eyes became a little foggy, “I just want to laugh, can’t I?”
“It’s up to you,” said Kuck indifferently.
“Mark, are you always so cold?”
“Because there is nothing to laugh about.” Kuck also sat down against the door, his back also leaning against the door; he did so subconsciously.
“Could it be that you haven’t encountered any happy things?”
“Is there a problem?”
“No, it just feels too pitiful.” San Er shook her head, “Even I have encountered many things that were worthy of
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