This post is quite angst but not on Mo Ting & An Ning’s relationship but the hurt she suffered from her parents’ divorce. When I heard what she said to her dad in the trailer for the radio drama, it felt so poignant, sob sob…..Actually there is no Xu Mo Ting in this post but I added a bit of next week post to make him appeared lol. Plenty of him next week :p
Most of you who followed along with Really, Really will know this, but for any newer readers, I have a regular posting schedule for Beautiful Bones. Updates are posted every Tuesday and Friday night, N. American time (or Wednesday and Saturday days for anyone else across an ocean). I try to post at similar times every update, with a few hours leeway, so you know when to expect the posting and don’t need to keep checking. Hehe, I am a little similar to Zhousheng Chen in this manner.
Zhousheng Chen is always gentlemanly but never a pushover. <3 But the poor guy just can’t seem to get his surprises right. Haha.
The cool night breeze caught the edge of my skirt causing it to billow. After some time had lapsed, I found my voice.
“Why are you still here?”
Zhuang Xu and his room mates had also tagged along to send Ah Fen off. I hadn’t paid any attention to them the entire time so I was confused as to why he was stuck here as well.
His eyes flashed. “I was standing behind you. Since you couldn’t board, neither could I.”
His words sounded very much like he was blaming me. I relived the embarrassing memory of being jostled off the bus and couldn’t help feeling apologetic. “Sorry.”
“You should say ‘thank you’.”
You have to give him credit for trying to be romantic. :)
Isn’t this a sweet and romantic conclusion to the test? You’ll have a guest translator starting next week for about a month while I go and work on Blazing Sunlight :) But don’t worry, I’ll come back to finish off the novel :)
Mo Ting is back in this post biting with a vengeance :P Update in the future will be erratic as I am busy with real life :(
Courtship from a chemistry professor’s perspective……