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   Chapter 90 Be Strong While Alone

My Mr. Soldier By Xing Chen Characters: 9023

Updated: 2018-10-20 02:10

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ISBN: 978-1729392560

While they were having dinner, Wilson said to Cherry, "By the way, the assistant called about Joe's new school; he said he can start tomorrow."

Cherry believed that Joe had to start school right away after they moved back to the city.

Cherry nodded to Wilson, but on the other hand, Joe was a bit unhappy. He pouted his lips, and said, "But I don't want to go to school, I want to play for a few more days!"

Cherry comforted him, "Joe, Uncle Wilson and I have to deal with our own affairs, and you'll be bored sick if you stay at home all day alone, but if you go to school, you'll have lots of fun with your new schoolmates. Wouldn't that be great?"

Cherry's words intrigued Joe, and he cried, "You're right! I won't be lonely anymore if I have a lot of new friends!"

Cherry saw Joe's cheeky grin, and because of his naughty character, wondered if he would get along well with his future schoolmates.

After dinner, Cherry washed the dishes. She found that Wilson and Joe had kept playing video games for a long time after, and thought that Joe should go to sleep early because he had to go to school in the morning.

Cherry left the kitchen, and went to the parlor, and said to Joe, "Time to go to bed."

Joe didn't even look at Cherry, and with his eyes focused on the game, said, "Mommy, after I pass this level."

Cherry was unhappy with him, and shouted, "Joe!"

After he heard his mother's tone, Joe knew that she was angry. Although he didn't want to, he turned off the game, stood up, and said, "Uncle Wilson, let's play again next time. I have to go to bed now."

"Okay, I'll take you to school tomorrow morning. Good night!" replied Wilson.

Cherry was relieved when Joe went upstairs as she ordered him to, and thought that she would overcome every difficulty with him as long as he wasn't rebellious.

When he saw that Joe went upstairs, Wilson said, "Cherry, I want to have a talk with you."

Cherry nodded, and then sat beside Wilson on the sofa.

"Wilson, how's your new company? Is everything going well?" asked Cherry.

"It's almost done. It will be listed next week, " answered Wilson.

"Oh! That's good!"

Wilson then suddenly asked her, "Cherry, have you ever heard of the JS program?"

Cherry shook her head, and asked, "What's that?"

Wilson had received the news about the JS program earlier on that day, and he wanted to take it. He said, "It's a profitable program because it considerably influences the city's development. If we can take it, our company's future will be very promising."

Cherry thought that Wilson was right, and that the company might develop faster if he could seize the opportunity.

She encouraged Wilson, "Go


Wilson wanted to comfort her, but he couldn't, because he knew that no one could replace Jackson in her heart. He said, "That's okay."

Cherry then told herself that she had to be strong, and that all of the present hardships were nothing compared with what she had suffered during the past five years while she was away. She firmly said, "I'll hunt for jobs tomorrow, and if something comes up, Joe and I will move out of here."

Even though Cherry refused him, Wilson still wanted to take care of her, and he said, "Cherry, the villa is yours and I will help dad and auntie settle somewhere else. By the way, the security here is also good, and I will be worried sick about the two of you if you move to someplace else, so please don't move out, please."

Cherry shook her head, and firmly refused him. She said, "Thank you for all the things that you have done for us, Wilson. Don't worry about me being independent. I've lived in the city before, so my life here won't be too difficult."

Before Wilson could reply, she continued, "It's time to go to sleep, so I'll go upstairs now. Goodnight, Wilson."

Cherry then quickly turned around and climbed the staircase.

When he looked at her emaciated figure, Wilson was sad, because he knew that life had always been tough for her.

When Wilson had first seen Cherry five years ago, she couldn't help but cry most of the time, and he knew that it was because of Jackson. He had taken care of her before Joe was born, but after that she refused any kind of help coming from him. He had seen her work, take care of Joe, and suffer for five years, but no one had managed to persuade her to accept a helping hand, neither Wilson, nor his dad or auntie. She wanted to be strong, as she had always been, and the present was no exception.

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