In the days that followed, Jiang Xu would occasionally run upstairs, ring Lin An Lan’s doorbell, and play with him.
At the beginning of the new school year, Father Lin sent Lin An Lan to Jiang Xu’s primary school.
Bending down, he said to Jiang Xu, ” Xiao Xu, you and An An are good friends, so please take care of him at school.”
Hitting his chest, Jiang Xu assured him, “I will.”
Father Lin watched Lin An Lan enter the classroom, waved at him through the window, before leaving to go to the office to find the class teacher.
Then he explained Lin An Lan’s situation to the teacher, hoping that she would allow Lin An Lan sit at the same table as Jiang Xu.
He wanted his child to be healthy. He was worried that Lin An Lan, who had been in an orphanage and had never attended a regular school, wouldn’t get along with the other children, that was why he had arranged for Jiang Xu to help him adapt, and Jiang Xu did a good job, showing him around the class, playing with him, and going to and from school together.
When Lin An Lan grew up a bit and graduated from primary school, looking back, the most important people in his world had become his parents and Jiang Xu, his friend.
Lin An Lan woke up when it was still very early.
He went to the bathroom, washed up, looked at himself in the mirror, and sighed silently.
The past was gone, but it was there after all.
He hadn’t felt any regret when he didn’t remember the past, but now that he did, he felt a little sad.
He and Jiang Xu had known each other for more than a decade, from childhood to youth, and they had even snuggled together before, but now they didn’t even want to say a word to each other.
Lin An Lan wondered, ‘why?’
What deep hatred did Jiang Xu still feel towards Cheng Yu? If only he would take a step back, they could actually reconcile.
But, he wasn’t willing to do so.
If things continued like this, sooner or later, their past decade or so would end because of Jiang Xu’s resentment.
He, who had lost his memory wouldn’t feel bad.
And the he who would recover his memory in the future, however, may not necessarily feel sorry for him.
Shaking his head, he walked out of the bathroom to wake Cheng Yu up.
Then the two of them left the room one after the other, and went straight to the dressing room to put on their make-up.
They had two scenes to shoot today. One where Gu Shuyu rejected Jing Huan and went to see a movie with Sun Xinxin.
And the second where Gu Shuyu and Jing Huan ran back to the dormitory with their coats on under the rain.
It had to rain in the second scene, which would affect their make-up, hence the Director filmed the first scene first.
When the new movie came out, Gu Shuyu bought tickets to go see it with Sun Xinxin, but Jing Huan coincidentally bumped into him and asked him, “Do you want to see the movie?”
“Yes. Which one do you think is good?”
Jing Huan thought about it then pointed one out to him.
Gu Shuyu chose a seat on the spot and bought two tickets, “Thank you.”
“I just don’t know if Xinxin will like it.”
Jing Huan had assumed he was going to see the movie with him. It wasn’t until he heard him say this that he realized he was planning to go with Sun Xinxin.
“Then just ask her.” He suggested, restraining the sense of loss he felt.
Gu Shuyu laughed, “Isn’t it because I want to surprise her? Don’t girls like surprises? I want to surprise her too.”
He said this very softly, with a light in his eyes that made Jing Huan’s emotions fall to a low as he looked at him.
He said in a joking manner, pretending to say it by accident, “Can you take me with you? I haven’t seen this movie yet, and I kind of want to see it.”
“Maybe another time.” Gu Shuyu laughed, “I’ll go see it with you in a few days, but not this time. We just got together and we haven’t had a date yet. I want to go out on a date with her this weekend.”
When Jing Huan heard this, he could only nod his head in agreement.
There was a light smile on his face, but in his heart, he had an ugly smile.
Turning his head to the table, he told Gu Shuyu he was a bit sleepy and wanted to rest for a while.
Lowering his head, he buried it in the crook of his arm and only then did he dare to reveal his sadness in a place Gu Shuyu couldn’t see.
He was destined to get further and further away from Gu Shuyu, while he, Gu Shuyu got closer and closer to Sun Xinxin. Then slowly, he would walk out of Gu Shuyu’s life.
His eyes were sorrowful and lonely as he blinked.
When Cheng Yu finished filming, he was inexplicably upset, probably because he was thinking of himself as he felt a similar sadness because their situation was almost the same.
He was worried that one day, Lin An Lan would also walk out of his life slowly.
Not now, but afterwards.
But he didn’t show it, changing his clothes for the next scene.
Lin An Lan and Fan Ruiwen shot a few scenes together and it wasn’t until the afternoon that it was time for his second scene with Cheng Yu.
The sprinklers had already been installed by the crew, and Cheng Yu and Lin An Lan were standing in front of the library.
Removing his jacket, Cheng Yu draped it over himself and Lin An Lan, and ran out a short distance away after the director’s ‘action.’
He was afraid Lin An Lan would catch a cold in the rain, so he draped the majority of his coat over Lin An Lan’s side, completely encasing him.
But it did fit in with the image Jing Huan was supposed to project, so the two of them finished the scene without a hitch.
When the scene was over, Lin An Lan and Cheng Yu went back to their artist vans to change their clothes.
Yang Wang handed Lin An Lan the hot water he had prepared and asked him to drink it so he could warm up.
Lin An Lan took two sips, wiped his hair and body, then changed his clothes in the van.
He was done for the day after finishing this scene, so he could go back. Cheng Yu, on the other hand, had another scene, but Lin An Lan wanted to go back and take a shower, so he texted him and went back to the hotel first.
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