"It's been so long, but there's still no progress. Maybe I can't remember it all my life." Mrs. Rose sighed.
"Auntie, you have to be confident that one day all the memories will come back to your mind. I also lost my memory, and I remember everything," Essie comforted.
"Let's talk about it after the new year. I have to clear up the accounts of the Chateau as well," Mrs. Rose insisted.
Swallowing, Essie decided to speak a little more frankly, "Aunt, well... Are you in conflict with daddy? "
Mrs. Rose trembled slightly, and a complicated expression flashed across her face. "You... Why do you ask that? "
"I'm worried that you will have a dispute about my mommy," Essie explained.
"No... We have no conflict. " When Mrs. Rose spoke, her eyes flashed with something unusual.
Zac keenly sensed it. It seemed that his guess was right. Something must have happened between his daddy and aunt that night.
"Auntie, you haven't celebrated the new year in China for nearly thirty years. We really hope that you and Irene can come to celebrate the new year with us."
"And grandma, although she is still in a coma, I believe that she will be very happy when you come back to celebrate the new year with her," Essie persuaded after Zac finished his words.
Mrs. Rose thought for a while and said, "I... will think about it," she said hesitantly. She was thinking about her mother. She was old and didn't know how long she could hold on. Even if she couldn't hear or see, she still hoped to spend the most important new year with her.
Seeing that she softened her tone, Essie secretly breathed a sigh of relief. She knew that even if Mr. Rose had a conflict with Albert, she would not leave grandma behind.
After hanging up the phone, she sighed, "I don't know what happened between daddy and aunt that made aunt unwilling to come to Dragon City."
Zac touched his chin deeply. He stayed up late that night and read business magazine.
At one o'clock in the morning, he heard the hurried footsteps upstairs. It should be his aunt. About an hour later, the sound of his father entering the room came from the next door.
In this way, it was a little weird for the two of them to stay in the Chateau till midnight.
"I'll ask daddy some other time."
On the second day, when Zac went for a walk in the garden, he saw Albert sitting alone in the pavilion smoking a cigar. He stared at an unknown corner in the depths of the garden, lost in thought.
"Daddy." He walked over and sat beside him.
Albert came to his senses and looked at him, "Have the children gone to school?"
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