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   Chapter 95 I Care About You

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9466

Updated: 2020-02-25 00:32

Since Heidy was allowed to meet Gavin, she would come to the hospital every day. She would spend one or two hours in the hospital to chat with Gavin. Even if Gavin was unable to hear, she still wanted to chat with him in this way.

In the ward, Heidy raised her hand to fondle his face. With a smile on her lips, she said softly, "In the past, I really didn't expect that I would have the courage to touch your face like this. Now I think of it again. I was a coward back then. In fact, I can face you."

With the company and chatting these days, she felt that she was able to accept Gavin. Thinking of the funny time they spent together before, Heidy's face was radiant with a bright smile. "Gavin, wake up earlier, please? At that time, I will try my best to be a qualified mother," said Heidy softly.

The nanny walked in with a washbasin in her hand. In order to prevent him from getting sick, Hearst arranged a masseuse to Gavin. Once a day, the masseuse would do some massage on Gavin.

Taking the towel, Heidy smiled, "Let me help you." With that, she lowered her head and carefully rubbed his arms and legs. Then she began to massage Gavin with the masseuse.

"Young master, I feel so sorry for you. You are just a kid, but you have to suffer so much. Mrs. Heidy, I don't believe you did it. Although we didn't know each other for a long time, a person's eyes could never lie. There is no hatred in your eyes when you look at young master." The nanny stood aside and shared her opinion with Heidy.

With a gentle smile on her face, she rubbed Gavin's arm and sincerely said, "Thank you for believing me. Now I haven't proved my innocence, but as the saying goes, time will tell. Just leave it to the time."

She was willing to wait no matter how long it would take. When they were done, half an hour had passed. With her hands resting tiredly on the bedside, Heidy kept smiling. She was happy to be able to do something for Gavin.

Again, Heidy turned her eyes to Gavin. She looked at him lying in the bed. He was still asleep, having no signs of waking up. At the sight of this, Heidy sighed helplessly, but soon she smiled brightly. She knew she had to stick to it no matter how hard it was. Only in this way could she see the hope.

After sitting on the bedside for a long time, Heidy stood up and said with a smile, "Gavin, there is still some work to be done. I have to leave now. I will come to see you at this time tomorrow." She was about to leave, but after standing there for a long time, she slowly bent down and kissed him on his forehead.

She looked at him and said softly, "Have a good rest." Then she stood up. On her way to the door, she felt dizzy. She tried to support herself to the bedside, but before she could do anything, she blacked out and fell straight to the ground.

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Annie felt a little nervous. She grabbed Hearst's arm and said, "Hearst, don't speak to this mean woman who has hurt Gavin. If it were not for her, Gavin would not turn into a vegetable. Do you forget what the doctor said?"

Hearing her words, Heidy said with her eyes wide open, "What did the doctor say?"

Thinking of what the doctor had just said, Hearst couldn't help clenching his hand that was drooping on his side. With a grim face, he said in a low voice, "The doctor said that if Gavin don't wake up these days, he will be in the coma for the rest of his life. And he suffers from leukemia. He was afraid he can only survive for a few years."

Shocked, Heidy looked at him in disbelief. Heidy gasped in astonishment. She said in a trembling voice, "How could it be? He is..."

"Heidy, stop acting. If it were not for you, Gavin would never be in danger," shouted Annie.

Before he finished speaking, Heidy raised her head and shouted, "It's not me. I didn't push Gavin. Even a vicious tiger will not eat its cubs. I am not as ferocious as a tiger, let alone hurt my own child. No matter what kind of contradiction I had with Gavin, I have never thought of hurting him."

Hearing her refutation, Annie sneered, "In order to get your forgiveness, of course you would say so. Now the evidence is firm. How can you say that? You are a hypocritical woman. I won't be fooled by you."

Heidy was about to speak, but before she could open her mouth, she heard the low, muffled voice of Hearst, "Be quiet. I will look into it." After that, he turned around and walked towards the door.

Annie glared at Heidy and followed him promptly.

Heidy stood there quietly and watched them leaving, with bitterness in her eyes. With tears in her eyes, she immediately looked up at the blue sky, trying to hold back her tears.

Having calmed down, she continued to walk forward.

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