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   Chapter 366 I Can't Make Up For His Life

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9704

Updated: 2020-05-03 00:14

After the shocking scene on the new year's Eve, Hearst was getting better and better. After several days of treatment, Hearst's condition was gradually under control. Seeing his face was glowing with health, Yvonne was grateful. As long as Hearst was fine, she could feel less guilty for her mistakes.

After a week's treatment, Hearst could finally get out of bed and walked around. Hearst, who had been staying in the room all the time, was almost bored to death, so Yvonne pushed the wheelchair and took him to bask in the sun. Walking slowly, looking at the sunlight shining on his body, Hearst said with satisfaction, "Sunshine makes me feel good."

"Yes, especially the sunshine in winter, which makes people feel warm. Hearst, you look much better recently. The doctor said that your physical problem was also slowly decreasing. Now you can start to eat light food and bask in the sun. This is a good start. The new year really brings hope." Said Yvonne.

Leaning against the back of the chair, Hearst looked ahead and said with a smile, "Well, the treatment is not only depends on the doctor's medical skills, but also the patient itself. I have a good mentality and a strong desire to live. I don't allow myself to die like this."

Yvonne nodded without saying anything. A gust of wind blew, and she felt a little cold. She stopped in a hurry and put his hand into the blanket on his legs. Raising her head, Yvonne said seriously, "Even though you are getting better, you haven't fully recovered yet. Before that, you should pay more attention to your health and don't catch a cold."

Looking at her expression, Hearst smiled, "Okay, I know, little fool. You've become more and more verbose these days. When you get old, you will definitely be a nagging old lady."

With a blush on her face, she said in a flirtatious tone, "I'm just worried about your health. You must take good care of yourself and be more careful. Humph! When I become an old lady, you are already a bad old man. As far as I know, you are seven years older than me, old man."

Seeing that she was in the mood to retort, Hearst smiled. Raising his hand and placing it at her head, Hearst asked abruptly, "Do you feel better now?"

"Huh?" Yvonne looked at him in confusion, "What?"

"I know. You have been blaming yourself for drugging me and making me suffer from this kind of disease these days. Heidy, in fact, I have never blamed you. In my eyes, as long as you can come back to me, this is the most important thing. But you are just a stubborn girl. Now I'm recovering. Don't blame yourself anymore, okay?"

Yvonne looked at him in surprise. She didn't expect that he could see through her mind. Looking at his expression, she said slowly, "I'm sorry. It's all my fault. It's such a serious disease. I'm worried that you couldn't fully recover from it."

"No, I won't. I'll be fine in a few days. At that ti

ive myself. I can't make up for his life."

Hearst was a very successful man. If he really got renal failure because of her drugging and he would only have a life of more than ten years, and even her life would not be enough to repay him. In particular, after knowing that she was Heidy, her guilt had been strong. Even if Hearst said it didn't matter, she still couldn't forgive herself for making such mistakes.

Jessica patted her on the shoulder and said with a smile, "I understand. You should also understand that you are the most important thing for Hearst. So, don't put too much pressure on yourself. What he wants is your happiness, not your sadness all day long."

Yvonne nodded and agreed, "Yes, so I want to make up for it. I will try to remember the past and regain my memory earlier. I always felt that it was unfair for Hearst after I forget such an important memory. And I want to remember it."

"That's right. It's good that you think so. Make up for it. When you remember it, you can start a good life." Jessica encouraged.

Looking at her, Yvonne said sincerely, "Thank you, Jessica."

Pinching her cheek, Jessica smiled and said, "Silly girl. We are good friends. You don't have to thank me. Although you have temporarily forgotten what happened between us, I believe that you will remember it soon."

"Yes, I will." Yvonne said with a smile.

While they were talking, the nanny ran over and urged, "Mrs. Jessica, Ben is about to draw his blood. Can you help him?"

Hearing this, Jessica looked at Yvonne with a sad expression and said, "Then I'll go back to my work and talk to you later." Then Jessica walked forward unwillingly.

Seeing her leave, Yvonne smiled and said, "Jessica is like a child. Now she has a child. It seems that she needs some time to adapt." Yvonne withdrew her gaze and continued to walk forward.

Sometimes, it was not an easy thing to play the role of a good parent.

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