Chapter 91 A New Life Begins
A week later, Shanlan International Airport.
Chu Suiyun held a suitcase in his hand, and Chu Muyu was by his side. Chu Tian and Yu Ze walked a few steps behind and the four walked through the airport.
Chu Muyu lagged a few steps behind, so Chu Suiyun stopped, turned around and asked, “Are you tired?”
Chu Muyu shook his head and said a little embarrassedly, “Brother, you’re taking too big of a step. “
Chu Suiyun was stunned for a while before realizing his own problem. He was nervous, so he didn’t notice the speed under his feet.
It was not accurate to simply attribute Chu Suiyun’s mood at this time to nervousness. This kind of mood was very complicated. It was not the first time that he had faced his family leaving, but it is the first time that he had personally sent his younger brother who had been living by his side away.
Perhaps rather than nervousness, this emotion was more like the loss of a certain part of his life that had been personally plucked away, and this loss had brought anxiety about the unknown future.
“Sorry.” Chu Suiyun said, “I’ll walk slower.”
After speaking, he slowed down, and Chu Muyu could finally keep up with him easily.
After walking a few steps, Chu Suiyun’s phone suddenly rang. Chu Muyu stretched out his hand to his brother: “I’ll get the suitcase, brother, answer the phone.”
Chu Suiyun handed the suitcase to his brother, took out his phone and glanced at it.
It was Dong Kejie’s call.
Chu Suiyun didn’t know what he was doing with the sudden call, but he still swiped the screen and the call was connected.
“Hey, Suiyun, didn’t you ask me to help you keep an eye on a student some time ago?” Dong Kejie’s voice was a little tired, probably because he was tired of working with his director on a project.
Chu Suiyun did have Dong Kejie pay attention to Shen Qingdeng’s situation. At that time, he had just decided to allow his younger brother to interact with him.
“Thank you Kejie, but I won’t need it in the future.” Chu Suiyun said.
“Really?” Dong Kejie was surprised and continued, “But since I’ve already called you, let me tell you, it’s not a small matter.”
Chu Suiyun listened quietly.
“He dropped out.” Dong Kejie said.
Chu Suiyun was surprised for a moment, and frowned slightly, but then he was relieved, and said lightly: “Is that right? I understand.”
The two exchanged a few words, and Dong Kejie learned from Chu Suiyun that Chu Muyu wanted to go abroad. Dong Kejie mentioned that he promised to invite Little Yu to dinner last time and it had not been fulfilled, so told him to hurry and find a time for them to go out to eat in the next two days. Chu Suiyun told him that he and Little Yu were already at the airport, and Dong Kejie sighed regretfully.
In the end, Dong Kejie said, “Alright, it’s good to go abroad, the federation’s higher education is still doing very well. You can also take a breather, and don’t have to be a father and a brother at a young age.”
After hanging up, Chu Suiyun held the phone in a trance for a moment.
Ten minutes later, before the four of them walked to the security check window, Chu Suiyun’s farewell also reached it’s end.
Chu Suiyun stood outside the security check area and stopped.
Chu Tian patted his eldest son on the shoulder and said, “Okay, you can only send him off until here. Go back early.”
Before, when Chu Tian returned to the Federation, the brothers would also come to see him off. They would stand in the security check area, simply say “goodbye” and nothing else, while Chu Tian turned his back and left alone.
Today’s farewell was very different. This time Chu Tian finally showed a little bit of closeness to his children. Also, he was no longer leaving alone, Chu Muyu would be by his side.
The person who needed to turn around and leave alone became Chu Suiyun.
Chu Suiyun nodded, glanced at Chu Muyu, and stepped forward to turn around and leave. At this moment, Chu Muyu rushed out one step, threw himself into his brother’s arms, and gave him a tight hug.
“Goodbye, brother.” Chu Muyu’s face was pressed against Chu Suiyun’s chest, and his voice was muffled.
Chu Suiyun, who was hugged, froze in place. It took a long time for him to react. He raised his hand and wanted to hug his brother back.
But Chu Muyu didn’t realize Chu Suiyun’s plan. Because of the difference between an Alpha and an Omega, he had not had close contact with his brother for a long time. At this time, he had finally mustered up the courage to give his brother a hug. He was already a little shy, so he only hugged him briefly. After a while, he let go, and ran back to his father like a fish.
Before he could react, Chu Suiyun’s embrace was emptied in an instant, and his hand that was in the air was withdrawn, and then his low, disappointed voice sounded:
A cafe in Shanlan City.
Kathy was a suave Beta woman with long soft chestnut hair pulled back over her left shoulder. At this time, she squeezed the straw of the drink in front of her nervously, and said to the young Alpha sitting opposite, “Qingdeng, it is indeed aunt who decided to come to Yun Country, but after all, we are a family, and I will always welcome you. You go home. You can’t stay here alone all your life.”
Sitting across from her was Shen Qingdeng. The Alpha’s coat was taken off and on another chair, only a thin hoodie was on him at this time. He sat in a casual position, with a cap on his head, just covering his expression, his emotions unpredictable.
After listening to the woman’s sincere words, Shen Qingdeng still had no reaction, as if those words were just a gust of wind blowing past his ears and disappearing in an instant.
Kathy had never been very good at dealing with her nephew. She was a gentle and affectionate woman but her sister was cruel to her nephew, and she felt indebted to this child. She tried to communicate with him, but often met with little success.
Because of his mother’s cold treatment, Shen Qingdeng secretly took his documents and money at the age of 15 and ran to Yun Country, his father’s hometown.
He had not returned home since then.
Kathy wanted Shen Qingdeng to go home, and she tried to persuade him countless times in the past few years, but to no avail. A few days ago, when she heard the news that Shen Qingdeng had applied for a leave of absence, she hurriedly rushed over from the Federation.
“Can you tell Auntie why you applied for a leave of absence?” Kathy asked.
Hearing this question, Shen Qingdeng finally had a little reaction. He raised his drooping head, his dim eyes peeking out from under the brim of the peaked cap.
“Because there is a person I can’t see here.” Shen Qingdeng replied lightly.
Kathy didn’t quite understand this. She pursed her lips, wondering if she should continue to ask. Just when she was struggling, Shen Qingdeng suddenly gave her an answer.
“I’ll go home.”
His tone was flat and casual, but it seemed to be very heavy.
Kathy’s eyes lit up, she almost thought she had auditory hallucinations. She repeatedly confirmed with excitement: “Really? Great, great!”
Shen Qingdeng was not affected by her joy, but fell silent again.
He chose to go home, not to be reunited with his family. In fact, he didn’t quite understand why his aunt was so obsessed with the family as he didn’t have a very clear concept of family. Maybe it was because his mother hated him, and he hated his mother, but there was an important reason, they were too similar, both extremely indifferent.
He was willing to go home just to stay away from Chu Muyu.
After that day, Chu Muyu’s cell phone was never turned on again, and Shen Qingdeng naturally lost the window to monitor him.
In those few days, Shen Qingdeng seemed to have lost a very important part of his life, and he was suddenly at a loss. He used to spend a lot of time paying attention to Chu Muyu’s movements every day, but now this could no longer be done, and he had a pain similar to a withdrawal.
At the same time, he experienced his first susceptibility period in his adulthood.
Shen Qingdeng was about to be nineteen years old, and he had not yet ushered in his susceptible period. As long as there were no accidents in the past two years, he would most likely be classified as a superior Alpha, and he would be free from the intrusion of the susceptible period for his entire life. But that night, Shen Qingdeng immediately entered his susceptible period after Chu Muyu, who had fallen into a heat, and was taken away.
The susceptibility period was difficult. When he soberly watched himself go crazy, then lost control of his emotions, he smashed the computer in the room.
He locked himself in his room for three whole days, and then made the decision to suspend his studies.
It was time to leave. He was like a drug-dependent person. The most thorough withdrawal method was to destroy all possible ways to touch the drug. If he wanted to quit Chu Muyu, he had to go to a place far away from Chu Muyu.
“I’ll stay here to help you clean up the things. Let’s go home in three days, okay?” Kathy was obviously impatient, and she was inevitably excited when he responded to her years of hard work.
Shen Qingdeng nodded irresponsibly: “You can arrange it.”
After sending off his brother, another week passed.
A warm Saturday.
It was just eight in the morning, and Chu Suiyun was already standing at the door, directing the workers of the moving company to help move the cardboard boxes.
Today he will officially move into Qin Miao’s house.
Obviously, he usually felt that he didn’t have much stuff at all, and he only had a few pieces of clothes that were in season. When he moved, he found that all kinds of things could fill seven or eight huge cardboard boxes.
Qin Miao kicked a cardboard box and walked out of the study, a little surprised: “Do you have to bring so many books?”
Chu Suiyun walked over to help him drag the box, and replied: “Yes, I want to write a thesis.”
“That’s good, finally, there is a cultured person in the family.” Qin Miao teased.
Chu Suiyun had long been accustomed to the jokes in Qin Miao’s short sentences, and he was also spoiled by him. At this time, he said triumphantly, “Let me nurture you in the future, so as not to stun others with your copper odor.”
Qin Miao raised his eyebrows, grabbed Chu Suiyun’s waist, and approached cheekily: “Why choose another day when we can do it at present, it’s better to nurture me now.”
Chu Suiyun smiled and kissed the tip of his nose.
The mover saw this scene as soon as he entered the door. He was so frightened that he was at a loss. He choked on the saliva in his throat, and coughed frantically: “Cough cough cough cough cough!”
Chu Suiyun was startled, his face was still inferior to that of a businessman like Qin Miao and he quickly separated from Qin Miao. He lowered his head, and instructed Qin Miao: “Hurry up, move the boxes.”
After half an hour, all the boxes were loaded into the truck, and the small pickups were piled up, setting off to Qin Miao’s.
Qin Miao drove by himself, he and Chu Suiyun did not go with the movers, but told the workers the address and went separately.
They arrived a moment earlier, and first cleared some space, leaving it for Chu Suiyun to put his things. When the movers called and said they were here, they went downstairs to move things together.
In fact, they didn’t need to move anything. The worker was a simple brother. He said that he was getting the money, so of course he had to serve until the end. However, there was an elevator, and the brother just needed to move it a few meters. Of course, Chu Suiyun and Qin Miao, who had both hands and feet, couldn’t watch, so they also helped.
After moving things, Chu Suiyun bought a bottle of water for the brother. The older brother thanked him repeatedly, finished the bottle in one breath, and then drove away in the small pickup.
They were very efficient and the trip was over before lunch time.
Qin Miao put his arm on Chu Suiyun’s shoulder, took the person back, and discussed: “Eat first and then unpack. Are you hungry?”
“I’m okay, what do you want to eat?” Chu Suiyun asked back.
The two talked and walked into the elevator. The elevator door slowly closed, blocking their voices.
None of them noticed that at the other end of the green area of the community, a tall and slender Omega was standing, witnessing the whole process of their moving.
The Omega bit his lower lip hard and squeezed his right fist.
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