To make He Yu regret - chapter 35
The wind brought by the fan scattered a few strands of hair, on grandma’s cheeks. Grandpa put down the fan and naturally stretched out his hand to brush the hair behind her ears. Then, he touched her head which had many white hairs. Niuniu knew a little bit, but not completely.
She had watched TV, where the heroes and heroines got other, and the scenes that her mother covered her eyes to prevent her from watching. She knew that people call it ‘love’. She saw grandma feeding grandpa every day, and helped grandpa pour the urinals and take a bath. She never thought that those ordinary things were also ‘love’.
Until the moment Niuniu saw the gaze with which grandpa looked at her grandma. His eyes were full of love, and starlight with a smile on his face. When he touched her head, he did it so lightly and gently, like touching his treasure.
Niuniu hurriedly closed her eyes, as if she saw a love scene on TV. She didn’t dare to watch more. She could sleep for a while, she thought with peace of mind that Grandma’s story had a long way to go. When Grandma wakes up, they could go out and buy dried sweet potatoes. So Niuniu slept until five o’clock in the evening. When she woke up, Father Sun had got off work.
Hearing the sound made by the pressure cooker, Niuniu ran to the living room with her slippers. Grandma who had a good nap was full of energy. With a small fork to pick up the peeled apple, she fed grandpa. Grandpa’s face was swaying, saying, “Don’t, I don’t like it!”
“How can you not like eating apples? Haven’t you heard of it? An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Grandma took advantage of her words and stuffed the apple into his mouth. Grandpa pouted and chewed unhappily. They all changed their clothes, and pushed grandpa’s wheelchair to go out. Niuniu rushed over and asked anxiously, “Did you buy sweet potatoes?”
“Oh, Niuniu is awake,” Grandma smiled, “I didn’t go. We were waiting for you. Do you want to eat an apple?”
Niuniu opened her mouth wide, and grandma fed an apple in.
“Look, Niuniu loves apples more than you.” Grandpa used a small fork to pick the remaining apple cubes in the bowl and ate them all at once. Grandma stood up with satisfaction, and took Niuniu’s hand
“Come on, let’s go out.” It was cool to walk down the street with grandma and grandpa. Because there were many people who looked at Grandpa, Niuniu felt that the three of them were like the protagonists of their street. When they passed by under the big tree at the entrance of the alley, the mahjong players greeted grandma.
Are you taking your husband and granddaughter out for shopping?”
“Yeah,” Grandma answered them, “My old man wants to eat dried sweet potatoes.”
“Yes,” Grandma repeated, “It is great!”
Niuniu thought that grandma must also think it was cool to come out with grandpa. Grandma’s waist was so straight. She pushed grandpa, and walked around here and there, as if she was going to show off to all the passersby on the street that they came out to play. In the same way, grandpa smiled more than he did at home.
The three happily went to the vegetable market where they could buy dried sweet potatoes.
“Boss, give us all the dried sweet potatoes.” Grandpa took out the prepared money.
Grandma covered his hand with money. “No, no, why do we need all? That’s too much.”
“You love to eat them. Eat them slowly.” He said.
Grandma shook her head: “I can’t eat so much. It will get spoiled easily.”
“Grandma, dried sweet potatoes don’t get spoiled easily,” the hawker filled a plastic bag in the blink of an eye and weighed on the scale, “My dried sweet potatoes are tough on the outside, soft on the inside, and delicious. You will know after eating.”
“Hey, don’t buy so much when you buy it for me next time…” Grandma ran into grandpa.
“Boss, we will just buy that bag.” Grandpa finally let go. A full bag was still a lot. Grandma wasn’t happy that they brought too much and pushed grandpa home. Grandpa placed the big bag of dried sweet potatoes on his lap. Grandma took a look at the dried sweet potatoes. When Grandpa asked her if she wanted to eat them, she declined.
“Do you want to eat them Niuniu? These dried sweet potatoes are delicious, with icing sugar on them.”
Grandpa shifted the target and asked their little greedy ghost. Niuniu must eat them. Grandma didn’t say a word, but focused on pushing the wheelchair. The little granddaughter ate them happily. Grandpa lowered his head and found something strange in the bag, “Huh”.
“This dried sweet potato…” Grandma followed his words and looked at the bag.
“The frosting is so good, it’s pretty. You can’t eat it all Niuniu, you have to leave it for my Mingzhen.”
He was unable to stretch his hand. Grandma was amused by him.
“I got it.” Grandma reached out to him. It had been too long since she had dried sweet potatoes. Smelling the pleasant and familiar faint aroma, grandma took a big bite.
“That’s right!” Grandpa smiled.
She opened her eyes wide, just like the five-year-old girl. “It’s so sweet and fragrant!”
He laughed. The evening breeze was the most gentle. After a good sleep and snacks, they returned to the unfinished story to the time Jiang Mingzhen and He Yu separated in childhood.
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