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   Chapter 627 Sally's Crying

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Updated: 2019-12-15 00:14

Terence shook her hand off. He walked out the bedroom with his face awash with unhappiness.

His cold tone made Carla freeze in place.

A few seconds later, she blinked her sleepy eyes. Her mind was still having trouble processing what happened just now.

Terence became extremely nasty all of a sudden.

However, when she thought about it, she figured his sudden nastiness might have been the result of him recalling some unwanted memories from the past.

His sudden negative attitude might only last for about half a month.

A short term of suffering was better than long term pain.

Carla's anger disappeared as she became more lost in thought. He was going to be disheveled for just a while, anyway. She just needed to treat him like a naughty baby. After assuring herself of what she needed to do about Terence, Carla went back to sleep.

When daylight came, Carla got out of bed and took a look at the office. She found out that Terence had slept on the couch.

She knocked on the door.

"Terence? Wake up..."

She walked to him and gently nudged the man who was still sound asleep.

Terence slowly opened his groggy yet beautiful eyes. When he saw he was greeted by Carla's face, he frowned and sat up. "What's wrong?"

"Did you forget? We are going to take Sally to the hospital for her vaccination today,"

Carla gently reminded Terence. It seemed that he still hadn't recovered from last night's dream.

Terence took a while to gather his thoughts. He rubbed his forehead and stood up. "I can't do it today. I am busy. You can take Sally to the hospital."

Carla stood in front of him and blocked his way out.

"We've already planned it yesterday. We already told the kids we're going to see the flower show today after our appointment in the hospital."

"We have to keep our word. You have to go with us!"

Carla grabbed his arm slightly as she pleaded with Terence with a slightly raised voice.

Instead looking at her, he turned his head away. "Don't you feel sick? We have been together day and night! We haven't gotten any personal time for ourselves!"

Carla's head went blank upon hearing Terence's response. After a while, she recovered her bearings and replied, "Do you feel that Sally and I have been taking too much of your personal time and space?"

"I just want to me alone in a quiet place for a while. I have spent long enough time with you during the past few days. Can you just leave me alone for a while?"

Terence turned his head back and gave Clara a sullen stare.

The look he gave Carla hurt

n her wound with a Q-tip.

Before she could cry again, Carla put a lollipop in her mouth.

The sweetness totally drew Sally's attention. Her body was shivering as she was eating the lollipop. She didn't forget to give Carla an angry look.

"Mr. Terence and Mrs. Carla, please stay here for an hour in case an emergency situation arises,"

the nurse carefully advised them.

"Will do. Thank you!" Carla responded.

Suddenly, Sean walked in with Sally's favorite doll. "Sally, are you finished with your shot?"

Sean came to the hospital with Nathan in another car.

The second Sally saw Sean, she opened her arms and wanted him to hold her.

"Sean, please watch Sally here for me for a while."

After Carla instructed Sean, she held Terence's hand and walked out with him.

"Are you sure you don't want to go to the flower show with us?"

Carla asked Terence again. Deep in her heart, she still wanted him to go with them. The trip to the flower show could be a memorable family outing.

Terence frowned. The care he had for Sally earlier was gone. "We had talked about this. I only need to come to the hospital with Sally."

"There are many works I haven't done yet. I really don't have the time to waste."

Carla knew he was a busy man. However, he had balanced his work and personal life well.

"Really? Can't you take a half day off work? I already promised Sally that we'll all see the flower show together. It's not good for us to break our promise. Don't you think?"

Carla kept persuading Terence, hoping that he would change his mind.

Terence narrowed his eyes and looked at her.

"If you really want me to go, I could."

"But you have to promise me one thing!"

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