Read When His Eyes Opened By Simple Silence Chapter 421
Avery shook her head. “I want to go out.”
“Then, tell me if your leg hurts. Don’t force it.”
“Avery, if I had known how many miserable things would happen to us when we came back to this country, I would not have allowed you to return.” Mike helped her into the car. “When we were in Bridgedale, everything went smoothly. I never once worried about you. Who could have known that your return would bring me an endless amount of worry.”
Avery was apologetic. “Why don’t you return to Bridgedale!”
“That’s not what I meant!”
“I know that. I think that I can handle work here. You should go back to Bridgedale-”
“Come back with me.”
“I’m not going. I like my country better than I love Bridgedale.”
Mike snorted. “Then, I’m not going either. I’ll be where you are.”
“You miss Chad, huh?”
“Why did you have to bring him up? He blocked my calls.” Mike stepped on the gas. “That j**k! He only has his boss in his heart.”
Avery said, “I’m sorry!”
“Why are you apologizing to me? Even without you, we will still have to face this problem. I will not accept it if he constantly places his boss first.”
They both went to a shopping mall. Avery bought some imported snacks. Then, she went to the jewelry shop to get each female employee a gold zodiac bracelet.
“Avery, you’re constantly making things difficult for yourself! You have to know each of their birthdays-” said Mike, taking a jab at her.
Avery said, “But they would be happy when they receive the gift.”
“They would be happier if you gave them money.”
“You might be right, but I feel some happiness can’t be bought with money,” Avery said.
For instance, the gift that she had received from Eric. She was much happier with the gift than she would have been if Eric had given her cash.
After buying the gifts, Mike carried the shopping bags in one hand while holding onto Avery with the other.
After shopping for a while, her injured leg began to hurt.
“I already said I should have gone alone, but you wouldn’t listen. You never listen to others!” Mike nagged.
Avery automatically filtered his nagging.
The next morning, Mike drove her to work. After distributing the gifts, Avery returned to her office which she has not been in in a long time.
There was a bouquet on her table. She walked over and looked at the card on it.
On it was written, ‘Today is a beautiful day!’
The signature only had one letter, E.
It was from Eric Santos.
Avery smiled. She walked over to her office chair and sat down, switching the computer on.
She had half a month’s worth of work piled up. Although most of it had been dealt with, she still had to go through them. Thus, Avery spent the entire morning in her office.
At noon, Mike knocked on her door, asking her to head out for lunch.
“Have you received the medical examination results? It’s in your email,” Mike reminded her.
She nodded and got up from the chair. “I just received it, but I haven’t checked it yet. How was yours?”
“The doctors advised me not to drink for the time being,” Mike was troubled. “What meaning is there to life if I can’t drink?”
“Listen to the doctors. I’ll keep an eye on you,” Avery said as she tapped on the email icon of her phone. She read the results of her medical examination.
Mike walked in front and pressed the elevator button. The moment she entered the elevator, she read a line that shocked her.
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