Shen Yijia did not know when these kids had colluded behind her back.
For the past few days, she had been forced to practice calligraphy at home.
Even though she could see her husband’s handsome face when she looked up, she couldn’t take it anymore.
She felt dizzy the moment she saw the words.

At the An family home, Father An leaned against the headboard.
Auntie Tian kept nagging in his ear, “Good things come to good people.
We finally have something to look forward to.”

His thoughts flew to the day of the accident.

Why would someone who typically stayed at home suddenly go to the river in the middle of winter?

He was actually there to commit suicide.

An Dong wanted to marry and have children, and Xiu’er also wanted to find a husband.

He did not want to burden his family with this sickly body, so he wanted to commit suicide.
Unexpectedly, he heard the child’s cry for help.

Perhaps this was fate.

“Old man, you’ve just recovered.
You can’t think too much.
If anything happens to you again, how will our family live…” Auntie Tian wiped away her tears.

Father An sighed. “Never mind.
It could have been worse.” he thought.

“Little Furball, you want to go out too, don’t you?” Shen Yijia squatted by the courtyard wall, holding a bone in her hand to tempt Furball, who was standing in front of her.

She looked like a child trafficker trying to lure victims into following her.

She realized that Furball was following her when she had finally managed to slip out of the bathroom.
Fortunately, she was prepared.

Shen Yijia waved the bone at it confidently.

If push came to shove, she could have broken out, but she didn’t want to.
After all, they were family.


Furball’s whiskers quivered and it rolled its eyes, as if it was saying, “I’m not a dog.”

It dug its front paws into the ground and raised its head, ready to bark and alert the other family members.

Shen Yijia quickly closed its half-open mouth.
“Don’t scream.
I’ll get you some prey to eat later.”

Furball glanced at her disdainfully before turning around and walking to its kennel.
It looked back at Shen Yijia before crawling in.

Shen Yijia was speechless.

Unfortunately, she could vaguely understand what the creature meant.

“Am I the kind of person who climbs into dog kennels?” she thought.

To Furball, it wasn’t a dog kennel, it was a tiger’s den.

Shen Yijia looked up at the courtyard wall that had been built to guard against outsiders.
She bent down and struggled to push her head into the hole…

“Big Brother, Sister-in-law has gone out.” Brother Hao ran back excitedly.

“Okay,” Song Jingchen replied.
He was afraid that Shen Yijia would get restless if he trapped her at home again.


Song Jingchen drove his wheelchair out to take a breather.
Even if Shen Yijia wasn’t around, no one dared to attack their residence.
There was no need for him to stay here.
When he reached the door, he thought of something and suddenly said, “Today, each of you will write an additional hundred words.”

The kids were speechless.

“Sister-in-law, come back quickly!” they thought in unison.

“Please, come back quickly!”

Unfortunately, Shen Yijia could not hear their cries.
She ran happily in the mountains with Furball.

After running for a while, Shen Yijia suddenly stopped.
There were still no other creatures around, not even a bird.

However, Shen Yijia did not mind.
She was not here to hunt in the first place.
She took out two small objects from her purse and handed them to Furball.

“Come, sniff this.
Are there medicinal herbs like these in the mountains?” She had specially broken off a small piece of the wild ginseng and lingzhi.
They were both leftovers from before.

Furball turned its head away and lowered its eyelids lazily.
It wasn’t a dog.
Only a dog would do such a stupid thing.


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