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Chapter 903: s.h.i.+ Guang’s relations.h.i.+p with the Su Family (23)
Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
When they said to conduct the relations.h.i.+p test, s.h.i.+ Guang was mentally prepared for the possibility that she may be related to Qianxun.
But now that the answer was concrete, she was still stumped and somewhat in disbelief, as though everything was a dream and surreal.
s.h.i.+ Guang’s little auntie had brought her grandma to the provincial city for a routine check-up and grandma insisted on staying till s.h.i.+ Guang’s wedding was over, hence s.h.i.+ Guang called for a ride over to them.
When they caught sight of s.h.i.+ Guang, her little auntie and grandma were elated. Even though there were enough groceries at home, little auntie still insisted on heading to the supermarket to get more.
Sensing that s.h.i.+ Guang was somewhat downcast, grandma asked if she had quarrelled with Lu Yanchen.
s.h.i.+ Guang instantly put on a bright smile and hugged grandma. “No! We’re getting along really fine, don’t you worry.”
“That’s good. But it’s okay if you guys quarrel as well. The most important thing is to not be too outright with your words while quarrelling lest you hurt the other party.”
As grandma was about to start on her lectures once more, s.h.i.+ Guang felt her temple pounding and nodded her head immediately. “Grandma, don’t worry. The reason why I’m here today has nothing to do with Lu Yanchen at all. Other than visiting you, I wanted to ask you about daddy’s past.”
“Your father?” Grandma was somewhat surprised.
“That’s right. I only know that daddy was left in the orphanage since he was young. Other than that, I don’t know anything much.”
“Your father grew up there. He’s a really obedient and filial child who took care of me and your grandpa as though we were his birth parents. When your grandpa was still around, he would always say that your father was just like our own son…”
Grandma went on for a long time while s.h.i.+ Guang leaned in her embrace and listened on. Suddenly, she felt that she wasn’t that bothered about her relations.h.i.+p with the Su Family any longer.
Even if she had blood relations, the people dearest to her were still her sister and grandma.
As for those so-called relatives at the Su Family, even if she was acknowledged and brought back into the family, the only people who would warmly welcome her would probably be Qianxun and Old Master Su. She did not know how the 2nd Uncle Su and his family would take things, but s.h.i.+ Guang knew that Su Ya’s family would definitely be upset.
They might even feel that she was harbouring a motive to want to get something out of the Sus.
All in all, the Sus were way too complicated compared to her family where she had a doting grandma and little auntie and uncle-in-law who took her as their own child coupled with cousins she was particularly close to.
Her life right now was great, why should she go get involved in the mess that’s the Su Family?
That wasn’t the life that she wanted.
Her current carefree life without any unwanted shocks was the best.
As grandma rambled on, she suddenly realised that there was something off about s.h.i.+ Guang’s words and frowned, asking, “Have you found your father’s relatives?”
s.h.i.+ Guang replied blandly, “I guess so. But right now, I haven’t ascertained what their relations.h.i.+p with daddy was.”
Grandma was taken aback as she watched s.h.i.+ Guang with a pair of benevolent and disbelieving eyes that gradually turned into worry. “What’s the family like? Why are they suddenly trying to acknowledge your father after he’s pa.s.sed away for so long?”
“I have no idea as well as to why we’re even related.” s.h.i.+ Guang patted grandma’s hands while smiling. “Don’t worry, grandma. I’ve got no intention of acknowledging them.”
Grandma then fondled her hand dearly. “Blood relations are not something that you can cut off just like that. If they’re truly your father’s relatives, they should be your paternal grandparents or uncles et cetera…”
As though she suddenly recalled something, grandma changed the topic. “Right, when your sister was born, your father gave her a silver bracelet saying that’s the only thing he had when he arrived at the orphanage. A silver bracelet symbolizes longevity and because your sister wasn’t born in good health, your father had her wear it to ensure her peace while warding off bad luck.”