Rosiley sat on the sofa and turned to look worriedly at Yayoi who was pouring water for her.
Nothing seemed wrong. Yayoi looked perfectly normal.
But the more normal Yayoi looked, the more worried Rosiley felt.
Rosiley had known Yayoi for so many years that she knew Yayoi well. The sadder Yayoi was, the more normally Yayoi would behave in front of others.
In fact, Yayoi was just trying to be strong, not wanting people to worry about her.
Yayoi walked over with a glass of water, placed it in front of Rosiley, and sat opposite her.
"Why did you come over?" Yayoi asked with a smile.
"Lina called me and told me that you didn't go to work and that she couldn't reach you. She was worried that something bad might have happened to you, so I came here."
Hearing that, Yayoi stood up and said, "Holy shit, I forgot to go to work."
As she spoke, she quickly walked towards her room.
Rosiley looked at her. When she walked to the door, Rosiley said softly, "Yayoi, if you're sad, just cry. Don't bear it alone."
Yayoi stopped and replied without turning her head, "I'm fine."
Then, Yayoi quickly entered the bedroom.
Rosiley heavily sighed, not knowing what to do.
After entering the room, Yayoi closed the door. She leaned her back against the door and looked at the messy bed. The smell of him seemed to linger in the air.
Yayoi smiled bitterly with loneliness. Some people were like drugs, and once you encountered them, it would be extremely painful to get rid of them.
It really hurt.
Slowly squatting down, Yayoi hugged her knees and lowered her head. She could no longer control her emotion and cried out in great pain.
Rosiley walked to the door and was about to knock on it, only to hear Yayoi cry inside.