Viola flipped through several magazines, and all she saw were pictures of Maynard and Vivi, who were showing off their love. With a snap, she closed the magazine.
She put the magazine on the table and picked up her cellphone to surf the Internet. As a result, she found that Maynard and Vivi had also made the headlines of the gossip.
Upon seeing this, Viola was so furious that she almost spat out blood. She didn't want to see him so she just wanted to stay alone in the hospital for a few days, but she found that he seemed to be everywhere. What was the difference between him and being under the same roof?
She was so angry that she hung up the phone. She didn't want to read other newspapers and magazines anymore.
In the afternoon, there was a knock on the door.
Hearing the sound, Viola saw Vivi standing at the door, carrying a lot of things.
"May I come in, please?" Vivi smiled.
Viola immediately sat up straight and nodded. "Of course."
"I heard that you were in hospital and we knew each other, so I bought some tonics for you." Vivi put the things on the table, pulled up a chair and sat down. "I don't know what's wrong with you."
Viola secretly rolled her eyes, but she didn't show it on her face. "It doesn't matter. It's not a big deal. Take those things back."
And why would she accept her gifts for no reason?
"It's okay. I've bought all of them. It's not easy to take them back." "We haven't seen each other for so many years. How do you end up in that place?"
Vivi looked at her with sympathy.
Vivi's words made Viola speechless. She forced a smile and said, "To be honest, I didn't expect that someone would be so unlucky like me."
A strange light flashed through Vivi's eyes, and she perfunctorily smiled.
The atmosphere suddenly fell into embarrassment and silence.
Viola covered her stomach with one hand and felt extremely uncomfortable.