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   Chapter 632 Farewell At The Airport (Part Three)

My Mr. Soldier By Xing Chen Characters: 6315

Updated: 2019-02-09 00:02


Lawrence took out his textbook and started his morning readings.

Not much later, Mike walked in. His school bag hung on his back as he listened to music through his headphones. Dropping his bag on a desk, he walked straight over to Lawrence and sat down on the seat next to him.

"Do you always need to study so hard? You would still come first even if your nose wasn't buried in books," Mike teased him. It bothered him how hard Lawrence studied.

"Yes, of course. I know that. Unfortunately, you would never come first in exams even if you studied hard," Lawrence joked, closing his book. He turned to Mike,"Why are you sitting here?"

"Your seat mate has not come yet so I can sit here if I want to," Mike said indifferently. He assumed Lawrence had talked to his parents about studying overseas. Mike wanted to discuss his future plans with his friend before talking to his father about it.

Lawrence changed the topic. He had something more important to discuss with Mike today.

"My formalities for going abroad are under progress. You should hurry up too," Lawrence explained.

"What?" Mike was shocked at what he heard. "How come you've told me so late? You should have told me the moment you started with the formalities! That way we can go together."

"I got the news from my parents just last night. If you want to go to the same school as me, tell your father to ask my parents about it," Lawrence said flatly. He was certain that if Mike told his father about it, the latter would find a way for his son to study in the same school.

"Okay, that's a good idea. I'll call my father now," Uttering these words, Mike took out his cell phone and dialed his father's phone number as Lawrence watched.

"Hello, old man," Mike greeted his father arrogantly.

"Why are you calling me at this time?" Mike's father questioned him angrily. He had long been used

him a lot and regarded him as her own.

"Aunt Cherry, I know that. Don't worry. We'll help each other. Everything will be fine," Mike reassured her. He was used to being alone and was not surprised or disappointed to know that his father wasn't coming to see him off. Mike was good at handling things alone. He didn't rely on others for help.

"Well, that's good," Cherry beamed and nodded.

"Time is almost up. You guys should go in now." Jackson glanced at his watch. If they didn't go in at once, they could miss the plane.

"Yes, we should go," Mike said.

Lawrence was still reluctant to leave his sister. He looked at Violet and hesitated.

Cherry understood what her son was thinking. "Joe, don't worry. I will take good care of her. Hurry up or you'll miss the plane!" she said.

"Okay, Mom." Lawrence smiled at Violet. "Violet, stay happy like you always are," he said dotingly.

"Yes, I will." Violet wore a warm smile on her lips. The last thing Lawrence saw before he turned around was her innocent face. Violet was pleased for him from the bottom of her heart. The scars on her body or the awful things that had happened to her before didn't matter so much. After all, she had such a good brother. She was glad to be so lucky.

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