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   Chapter 499 Divorce

Head Over Heels By Man Yaorao Characters: 9009

Updated: 2020-06-22 00:14


A week later, Heidy and Hearst stood on the balcony. Looking out of the window at the scenery, and Heidy asked in confusion, "Hearst, I haven't seen grandma and grandpa take a walk recently. Grandpa didn't look well last time. Is he sick?"

Hearst came to her side and kept silent for a while. Then he said, "I just heard that grandpa had passed away two days ago. Grandma is sad, and her family send her out for relaxation."

With her eyes wide open, Heidy was shocked and unbelievable. Heidy looked at him in astonishment. It took her a long time to react. "Grandpa passed away? How could it be..."

"It is said that grandpa has been in poor health. He has been diagnosed with cancer some time ago." Explained Hearst.

With a pale face, Heidy's eyelashes trembled and said softly, "Grandma and grandpa love each other so much. How sad she should be."

With a heavy voice, Hearst said, "Yes, it's said that granny fainted several times and stayed by his corpse all the time, unwilling to leave."

Without saying anything, Heidy just lowered her head with sadness in her eyes. After a long silence, she raised her head and suddenly said, "Hearst, let's get the marriage certificate."

Hearing this, Hearst looked at her in confusion, "Why do you want to get the marriage certificate all of a sudden?"

"I'm afraid that if that day comes, I won't even have the right to stay with you. Although the marriage certificate is not important to us. it's still useful if we are legal couple." Heidy explained, "Hearst, let's get married."

Hearing her words and looking into his eyes, Hearst said, "Okay, let's get the marriage certificate."

That day, Heidy and Hearst went to get their marriage certificates. Looking at their photo, Heidy smiled brightly. Touching the photo, she said softly, "In fact, it's good to be a legal couple. In this way, when I die, I can engrave the words "Hearst's wife" on my tombstone.

"Well, this will be the last time we get a marriage certificate." Hearst answered seriously.

Opening her arms and slowly leaning her head on his shoulder, Heidy said with a smile, "Thank you, Hearst. Over the years, you have always respected my decisions. You have always loved and taken care of me. Although a lot of things have happened between us, some are happy and some are painful. Fortunately, we are still together."

Lowering his head and kissing her hair, Hearst said in a spoiled tone, "You are the woman I love. Of course I will love you with all my heart."

Nodding happily, Heidy said with a smile, "Since we are married, let's go on our honeymoon. It's good to have one more honeymoon."

Looking at her, Hearst was as gentle as ever. "Okay, wher

I have a wife and lovely children now. What else do I want? I won't divorce. I'm satisfied. You have to trust yourself and have confidence in yourself. I love you. That won't change. Of course, it's cute for you to lose your temper occasionally." Said Hearst.

Blushing with embarrassment, Heidy held her face in her hands and said in a flirtatious tone, "I hate it, but every time we quarrel, you take the initiative to make a compromise."

"Of course, you are my wife and I am your husband. I should be a bigger man in such situations. Women like to lose their temper. If I get angry with you, that's too inappropriate." Said Hearst with a smile.

Managing a marriage was not an easy thing, especially for two stubborn people like them. Their marriage was a test to each other. He was a man. If Heidy didn't make a compromise, he would make a concession to maintain a balance in marriage.

Hearing his words, Heidy felt warm in her heart. She smiled sweetly, and all the depression was gone. With a smile on her face, she said, "Hearst, you are so kind. Well, I'm not angry anymore. I will try my best to control my temper and not quarrel with you in the future."

"Okay. But sometimes you can't control yourself." Hearst touched her head and replied with a smile.

Nodding her head, Heidy agreed, "Yes, especially in today's situation, I really want to lose my temper. I don't know what's wrong."

"Climacteric syndromes." Hearst replied casually.

Patting him on the chest in a coquettish manner, Heidy protested discontentedly, "The menopause hasn't come yet. You can't stand it when it comes."

"It's okay. I'll be fine." Said Hearst calmly.

Slowly leaning her head on his shoulder, Heidy kept silent. He didn't say anything either, enjoying the peace after the argument.

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