Intercepting the Boyfriend When he Was Young - Chapter 66
However, this was a moment of emotion, and Jianghuai An quickly adjusted it.
He took a deep breath, sat down, and did not go to Xia Chuo to tell the news in time.
When school was over in the afternoon and he lowered his head to sort out the papers, Xia Chiu hurried over, put the meal on his table, and said anxiously: “I’m leaving.”
Jiang Huai’an stopped her, and Xia Chiu-cho turned her head back and said in a daze, “What’s the matter?”
Jiang Huai An took out the paper from his desk: “I am number one in this weekly test in the math group.”
The weekly test of the math group is regardless of grade, and Jianghuai An is the first, that is to say, his weekly test score is higher than that of Shen Sui.
Although Shen Sui does not plan to participate in the next competition, he still often helps in the math group. He also participates in weekly tests from time to time, so that Luo You can compare the level of current students.
Xia Chuo listened to Jiang Huai’an and reacted after being stunned, and quickly said: “Congratulations, you have a higher score than Shen Sui, then the game will be nine out of ten.”
Jiang Huai’an responded indifferently, and then said: “I won’t pass the evening. Would you like to have dinner with me?”
Xia Chiu Chiu showed a look of embarrassment, pointed to the table and said: “Am I not bringing you food?”
“Celebrate,” Jiang Huai’an laughed, but his eyes were a little deep: “Or do you have other more important things?”
“I’m going to rush the draft today,” Xia Chiu said with difficulty, “Still not going. Also, you study hard, don’t always think about going out to play. I’m leaving. You have to eat and go to class instead of going. The competition group also goes to the cram school.”
With that said, Xia Chirp turned and ran out.
Jiang Huai’an called Xia Chiu to stay: “I want to learn, don’t you need it?”
Xia Chiu paused.
There was only one student in the classroom who was still packing things. Hearing Jiang Huai’an’s tone, the other party was very enthusiastic and quickly withdrew. So there were only two people in the classroom, Xia Chiu Chiu and Jiang Huai An. Xia Chiu heard the coldness in Jiang Huai’an’s tone, turned his head, and looked at each other’s cold eyes in doubt.
“I’m a student, aren’t you? I want to take a college entrance examination, don’t you? If I want to study, you don’t have to take it? Xia Chiu, you read cartoons or draw pictures. These are all things that amateurs should do. You can be fun. But there should be a limit.”
Listening to Jiang Huai’an’s words, Xia Chiu was a little embarrassed for a while.
She was so accused, she couldn’t help being so angry, but she knew clearly that what Jiang Huai An said was the truth.
Seeing her guilty conscience and not speaking, Jianghuai’s anger that had accumulated for many days seemed to suddenly find a breakthrough, and all of them burst out.
“Never mind you, and Yang Wei. I said earlier that you should not hang out with Gu Lan every day. You and Yang Wei play with her every day. What do you think is it now? Xia Chiu, wait for yourself. Looking at your final grades, you still want to be admitted to Peking University with your grades? Do your spring and autumn dreams! You let me study every day to make me work hard, and it’s hard to say things. You and I agreed to study together and go to university together.” As he spoke, Jiang Huai An actually felt a bit wronged. He pressed his lips, stopped his higher voice in time, and went down and said: “Since you are playing like this, I will do what I like too. Playing games, playing football and watching movies, who doesn’t like something? I just like reading books and doing problems?”
Upon hearing this, Xia Chiu-chiu suddenly panicked.
She went to play on her own and couldn’t realize the consequences, but when Jiang Huai An said that she gave up, Xia Chiu-chuo suddenly felt that it was wrong.
When people think about their own problems and those of others, they always think differently.
She hurriedly said: “I was wrong.”
With that said, she herself remembered the unfinished paintings and the likes on the Internet. She lowered her head, with a lot of regrets and dissatisfaction in her heart, and said hoarsely: “I’m sorry, I was wrong.”
When she spoke, her eyes were a little red.
Many emotions are intertwined, regret, unwillingness, anger, sadness, shame, regret…
These emotions are so complicated that she can’t think of anything for a while.
Jiang Huaian looked at her appearance, and then suddenly stopped speaking, only then realized what he had done.
He was a little flustered, but he didn’t show it on his face. He just lowered his eyes and said, “What I just said nonsense, don’t take it to heart.”
Xia Chiu said hoarsely: “You are right, I am wrong…”
As soon as she admitted her mistake, Jianghuai An felt even more uncomfortable. He restrained his emotions and said slowly: “I am in a bad mood. What I said just now was nonsense. Do whatever you like. What I said just now brings emotions. .”
Xia Chiu-cho didn’t expect that Jiang Huai An would apologize to her, but raised her head blankly, Jiang Huai An looked at her with steamy eyes and smiled lightly.
His smile was a bit gentle, less energetic and more calm than when he first saw it.
“Don’t take it seriously, I’m not good.”
Whether it’s angry or not, should it be taken seriously? Xia Chiu-chuu still knows clearly.
Even if Jiang Huai’an used his words a little bit more intensely, Xia Chiu-chuo could still tell it, but there was nothing wrong with it. She looks like this, she is living her life.
But she didn’t want to waste JAC time anymore, so she nodded, and then bid farewell to JAC.
Back in her class, she started to pack things, and Gu Lan happily said, “You will wait a while and accompany me to draw the next few shots.”
“No, I’m going back.”
Xia Chiu’s voice was dull, Gu Lan was stunned, raised her head, and found that Xia Chiu was wrong, and subconsciously said, “What’s wrong with you?”
Xia Chuchu shook his head: “I’m home.”
With that said, Xia Chiu Chiu went out.
From that day on, Xia Chiu Chiu didn’t draw much, Gu Lan and Yang Wei struggled to support Weibo.
Xia Chiu-chuo goes to class every day, and does papers after class.
Yang Wei and Gu Lan struggled to support Weibo updates, but because of the absence of Xia Chiu, the amount of updates slowed down a lot.
Without the life of painting, Xia Chiu-chuo felt like a fish thrown from the lake to the shore, and she was listless all day long.
Obviously, I didn’t think there was anything before, but after a period of time that was updated every day, she suddenly didn’t need to pick up a pen. Xia Chiu-chuo always felt that it was a little bit unsatisfactory.
Jiang Huai An looks at Xia Chiu from the window every day.
Without the agility of a while ago, Xia Chiu-chiu listened carefully every day, and then lowered her head to write notes.
Her hair has grown a lot, and her lines have changed a little? The whole person looks quiet and gentle.
Jiang Huai’an couldn’t tell how she felt when she looked at her. To be honest, he really liked the gleaming appearance of her doing what he liked. She was listless, and he felt as if he was also wilting.
Jiang Huai An can’t stand it anymore.
He couldn’t help but drew a smiley face and wrote “Laugh”, then folded the paper into a paper airplane, and the moment the teacher turned his head, he threw it at Xia Chiu.
The paper airplane shuttled between the two classrooms, and then hit Xia Chiu’s desk.
She moved her gaze from the blackboard and saw Jiang Huai’an smiling at her by the window with his chin supported.
Then he made a “open” position, Xia Chiu opened it, and saw the smiling face, and couldn’t help laughing.
Next to Gu Lan looked up at her and joked: “Oh, flying pigeons pass the book.”
Xia Chiu Chiu put the paper away and said righteously: “You can’t afford it.”
Gu Lan: “…”
Feel the crit.
Jiangnan Huai’an’s actions made Xia Chiu-chuu feel much better, but she still struggles between painting and studying every day.
Yang Wei and Gu Lan can’t force her, it’s a personal choice after all. However, seeing the expression of loss when Xia Chiu Chiu uploaded something to them, the two still couldn’t help but persuade Xia Chiu Chiu: “Would you like to paint two? If you don’t paint more, just two.”
Xia Chuchu almost agreed, but in the end he held back and shook his head without speaking.
In the last surprise test before the final exam, the scores of all three were not high.
Especially Yang Wei, who had fallen back to her thirtieth age.
The teacher called Yang Wei to bombard again and again, but Yang Wei didn’t change her face.
Song Zhe was so angry that he chased Yang Wei all the way out of the teacher’s office, and said angrily: “Do you know what Yang Wei are you doing? You call it a self-destructive future!”
Yang Wei didn’t speak, she went back to the classroom and began to pack her schoolbag.
Song Zhe followed her and whispered: “You don’t come to the cram school, and you don’t listen to the class. What are you doing? They said you are painting, what can you paint? A realistic dream…”
Yang Wei shouted angrily: “I’m just doing what I want to do, isn’t this all right?!”
Yang Wei was furious, but Song Zhe was extra calm. His tone was flat: “Everyone has something they want to do, but Yang Wei, everyone is destined to be bound.”
Yang Wei heard Song Zhe’s meaning, she clenched her fist: “Yes, but I do my best to do what I like.”
“Excuse me,” she pushed him away, holding her head high, and strode out: “Give me a hand.”
Song Zhe didn’t say a word. He coldly watched Yang Wei walk out. At the door, Shen Sui and Gu Lan were chatting and waiting for her.
As soon as Yang Wei walked, his smile brightened. Song Zhe watched from behind. When they walked away, he leaned against the wall of the corridor, lowered his head, and laughed mockingly.
Yang Wei and Gu Lan worked so hard to keep Xia Chiu’s Weibo from breaking down and the comics were updated normally.
A week before Christmas, Jiang Huai An came to her.
“I’m going to the third middle school to take the exam, remember to cheer for me.”
Xia Zhuochuo nodded, squeezed his fist and said: “Don’t worry, I will definitely cheer for you!”
Jianghuai An answered.
Waiting for the afternoon, Xia Chiu-chuu was about to go home, so Gu Lan grabbed her hand.
Xia Chiu Chiu turned her head, somewhat puzzled: “What’s the matter?”
Gu Lan looked up at her.
“There is something very important, I have to tell you,” she hesitated, Xia Chiu waited for her to speak, and listened to her: “There is a cultural company, and I want to sign us.”
Xia Chiu was a little surprised. Gu Lan nodded, her eyes struggling, whether she was happy or unhappy: “They will hold a signing meeting in City C next Friday. The boss hopes that we will go there and sign the contract in person.”
Xia Chiu Chiu didn’t say anything, next Friday is the time for the Jianghuai An exam.
She hesitated and spoke slowly: “Then… can we come back before the end of their exam?”
“It should be possible.” Gu Lan thought for a while, and after a while, nodded and said: “Yes.”