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   Chapter 432 A Wish That Can Never Be Fulfilled

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9289

Updated: 2020-05-19 00:36


In Heidy's opinion, the most painful thing in the world was that she couldn't see the person she loved deeply in front of her. The happier she was in the past, the sadder she felt now. In the strong contrast, the pain spread continuously.

After Hearst's unremitting efforts, Heidy finally didn't just stay in her small bedroom. But till now, she was still unwilling to leave home. She wanted to stay at home so that she could not hear the sound outside. She was afraid that her self-esteem could not bear it.

In the yard, she closed her eyes and everything around was quiet. The fragrance of the flowers in the yard kept coming to her nose. She could feel the refreshing scent. She was imagining the scene of those flowers blooming. Heidy had always liked beautiful things. Now she couldn't see, and she couldn't appreciate those beauties anymore. Thinking of this, she felt heavy in her heart.

Hearing the footsteps, she recognized them carefully. With a faint smile on her lips, she looked in the direction of the noise and said, "Hearst, you're back."

Hearst came to her, squatted down and put his hand on her knees. He asked curiously, "How do you know it's me?"

She raised her hand and wanted to touch his face. Hearst understood and put her hand on his face. Staring ahead, Heidy explained, "Because I can hear the sound. I couldn't see anything, so I could only rely on other organs. Maybe it's because of this that my ears become more sensitive. I will recognize you when I hear the footsteps."

Looking at her expression, Hearst asked softly, "Heidy, let me take you out for a walk. It's boring to stay at home all the time."

Shaking her head, Heidy smiled bitterly and said, "I won't go out. I'm sorry, Hearst. I'm not able to face those strange gazes. Even if it's just my imagination, I will still be painful, let alone go through it myself. Before my sight is restored, I want to stay here forever and never go anywhere."

Hearing her words, Hearst said seriously, "Heidy."

"A few days ago, we said that we could go to C Mountain and travel for a few days after we finished our work. Now you almost finish your work, but I can't see the scenery anymore. Hearst, I really want to see those sceneries again. Imagine the snow on C Mountain. I really want to see it with my own eyes." Said Heidy sadly, tears welling up in her eyes.

Caressing her face, Hearst said in a low voice, "There will be a chance. When your eyes recover, I'll go to C Mountain with you, to anywhere you want to go. As long as you like, I will be with you. So before that, don't give up hope. Keep an optimistic mood and wait for the surprise."

"Surprise..." With tears in her eyes, Heidy smiled bitterly and said, "There is no surprise in my life, only shock. The only sur

ly.

Hearing that Gavin, Heidy smiled and said, "You have grown up and can even reason with mom. Although your father doesn't mind, I still feel guilty and feel sorry for him. If he hadn't met me, he wouldn't have worked so hard. And you don't have to bear it."

Gavin didn't say anything, but threw himself into her arms and held her tightly. Surprised, Heidy sat stiffly. She slowly put down her hand and slowly fell on his back. "Mom, I love you. No matter what you look like, you are always my favorite mother."

Children's words were the most touching. Hearing what Gavin said from the bottom of his heart, Heidy felt warm in her heart. Tears were trembling on her eyelashes. Heidy said sincerely, "Thank you, Gavin."

Hearst came to the bedroom and saw them embracing each other with a smile on his face. Seeing him come in, Gavin left from the arms of Heidy and said, "Mom, have a good rest. I'm going back to my room."

"Okay." Answered Heidy with a smile.

After taking a few steps, Gavin seemed to remember something and turned around to look at him. "Mom, don't cry. When you cry, you look terrible. I still like your beautiful smile." After saying that, Gavin ran out of the room.

Heidy smiled through tears. The child was so considerate that she felt warm, but also worried. She was afraid that she would be a shame to them. After all, it was not a glorious thing to have a blind mother. Especially in a rich family like theirs.

Holding her hand, Hearst said in a low voice, "Heidy, listen to the baby. Only in this way can all of us be happy. For us, you are our most important existence."

Heidy raised her head and looked in the direction of Hearst. She pursed her lips and struggled in her heart. After a long time, she said slowly, "Hearst, give up on me. If you really love me and our baby, please let me go, okay?"

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