In the middle of the summer night, there was no wind.

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The place was too silent.
Thick clouds in the sky obscured the moonlight, leaving only a few dim stars.
The night was dark like thick ink.

The village households in Batou Village all rested early, and only the whimpering of the wind and the intermittent barking of dogs could be heard in the silent fields.

After a few rumblings of muffled thunder, a flash of lightning pierced the night sky.

A sneaky figure suddenly appeared in the field.
He looked left and right, looked around, and after confirming that there was no one around, he arrived at the only house in the east of the village where the lights were still on, and tiptoed over the dirt wall.

At this time, in that family’s house, Gu Yin was lying on the kang, staring at a bean lamp on the table in a trance.

Just a few days ago, she was still an ordinary person living in modern times.
After graduating from college, she inherited the family’s time-honored porridge shop.

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The porridge shop was left by her grandfather, and it stood to reason that this craft should be passed on to his son and daughter-in-law first.

But unfortunately, her parents died in a car accident the year she was just in college.

In order to fully fulfill her grandfather’s wish, Gu Yin gave up life in the city after graduating from university and returned to her hometown.

Not long after that, her grandfather passed away, and Gu Yin devoted herself to the porridge shop.

But in the past two years, the business of Gu’s time-honored porridge shop had become more prosperous.

Gu Yin opened several branches in one go, but she fainted during overwork when she was about to show off her grand plans.

After the darkness, when she opened her eyes again, she transmigrated in the past era and became a farmer’s daughter-in-law with the same surname and name.

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The original owner’s situation was much worse than her.

After the death of her mother, her father remarried.
After the stepmother gave birth to two sons, the family was even more poor.

Later, when she was almost ten years old, there was a locust plague in her hometown.
Her father took her stepmother and fled with his children.

Although there was no disaster there, the family’s money was spent on the way to escape, and food had become a problem.

The stepmother couldn’t tolerate her, so she blew pillow air (talks on bed to convince him) to her dad two or three times, and Dad Gu took the girl who was still called Gu Daya to the side of the road and inserted a sale tag.

On the same day, the Wu family from Batou Village asked to buy Gu Daya.

From their ancestors to this generation, the Wu family in Batou Village

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