Rebirth to a Military Marriage: Good Morning Chief - Chapter 2309
What right did she have to ask Qiao Dongliang to stay with Ding Jiayi until death separated them?
On this point, Qiao Nan was naturally an enlightened child. In her dreams, she didn’t encourage or stop Qiao Dongliang from getting a divorce. Outside of her dreams, as long as Qiao Dongliang considered things well and was happy with his own decision, Qiao Nan had nothing else to say.
Without a doubt, Qiao Dongliang could live in a different place as he relied on his daughter, Qiao Nan. Qiao Dongliang had no house or money. How was it easy for him to move house and change his living environment? Qiao Dongliang succeeded in moving because of Qiao Nan.
As such, Qiao Nan had all the information regarding where Qiao Dongliang moved to or what his new mobile number was.
“What do you mean he left or moved away? Where did your dad go?” Ding Jiayi was about to rebut Qiao Nan’s words as she felt that Qiao Dongliang would never leave this house or leave without telling her. However, Ding Jiayi quickly thought of a situation.
Compared to her and Qiao Zijin, needless to say, Qiao Nan was the closest to Qiao Dongliang. If Qiao Dongliang really took the initiative to leave, Ding Jiayi and Qiao Zijin might not have received any news, but Qiao Nan definitely would. “What did your dad say to you? Where is he? What does he mean by this?”
Upon thinking of her conversation with Qiao Dongliang before she left Ping Cheng for the capital, Ding Jiayi panicked. It couldn’t really be that Old Qiao was angry at her for going to the capital to take care of Zijin that he no longer wanted to lead a life with her, right? She thought that Old Qiao cared about Zijin as well. Furthermore, Zijin was really ill. She didn’t lie. Why was Old Qiao so serious? He said he didn’t want her and he really didn’t want her.
“Before Dad left, he guessed that you would return quickly. He also guessed that you would definitely find me when you realized that he was missing. Dad asked me to tell you not to find him. You shouldn’t have forgotten the words he said to you previously. Since you still remember them, the both of you can just lead your lives separately.”
Qiao Nan wasn’t exaggerating and just repeated the exact words before Qiao Dongliang left. Qiao Nan didn’t know what agreement Qiao Dongliang and Ding Jiayi had and didn’t hear Qiao Dongliang mention it. However, this contradiction arose when Ding Jiayi went to the capital to take care of Qiao Zijin. There was no doubt that it was related to Qiao Zijin.
Ding Jiayi was shocked. “Your dad was serious?”
“At least, he seems pretty serious this time.” Qiao Nan didn’t dare to say since when her dad wasn’t serious. Actually, for all the times before this, her dad had never been serious. It was no wonder that Ding Jiayi would be so confident and didn’t take her dad’s words seriously.
Her dad had come to his senses now. However, from a time perspective, it was a little too late. Qiao Zijin’s temperament couldn’t be changed and her life was probably almost ruined. As for her relationship with her family, there was no way to change the situation. The Qiao family of four had already become a dead knot. She didn’t know how much her dad understood this in his heart.
Ding Jiayi sat paralyzed on the sofa and started crying. “Your dad’s really ruthless. I’ve served him for most of my lifetime. I’ve washed clothes and prepared meals for him. I even gave birth to two daughters. Now that I’m old and ugly, he doesn’t want me anymore. How can he have no conscience at all? You’re helping your dad. He lacks conscience but you’re black-hearted too. He’s your dad but I’m your mom. You stayed in my stomach for ten months and were a piece of meat that fell from my body. You’re helping your dad, but why aren’t you helping me? Other daughters are close to their moms. Why are you so different? Why are you close to your dad instead?”
Ding Jiayi wasn’t stupid. She had spent all the money in the family on Qiao Zijin. If Qiao Dongliang wanted to live in a different place, Ding Jiayi knew that he wouldn’t have excess money in his pockets. As such, Qiao Dongliang eventually succeeded in moving house due to Qiao Nan’s help.
Why was Ding Jiayi so bold this time to run to the capital? It was because she knew that Qiao Dongliang didn’t have the ability to run elsewhere and could only live in the Qiao family’s courtyard.
The monk can run away, but the temple won’t run with him. There was only one home. No matter how angry Qiao Dongliang was with Ding Jiayi, as long as Qiao Dongliang was still at home, Ding Jiayi had reason to believe that even if Qiao Dongliang threw huge tantrums at her, she could spend a year or two to slowly coax him. When she was coaxing him, they would still be under the same roof. There wasn’t much difference if she coaxed him or not.
After being certain that Qiao Dongliang wouldn’t run away, Ding Jiayi became confident and left Ping Cheng to find her favorite daughter, Qiao Zijin. How would she know that Qiao Nan was so ‘filial’ toward Qiao Dongliang? Qiao Dongliang wanted to move house and Qiao Nan really helped him. She never considered the existence and feelings of her own mother.
If she had known that Qiao Dongliang would find Qiao Nan, she wouldn’t have gone to the capital to find Zijin. She gave birth to two daughters. However, neither of them was filial toward her. Why did she lead such a tough life? Her biological mother wasn’t good to her, and no one in her family liked to see her. It wasn’t easy for her to get married, have a husband, and have her own home. Her husband didn’t want her when he was old. Both her daughters were selfish, and no one had her in their hearts. God was too unfair and mean to her.
“Yes, I’m close to my dad but not to you. There’s no choice. When I used to be close to you and listened to your words, you might not have remembered what kind of life I was leading, but I do. No matter how much money I earned, I could only live in the corridor and eat instant noodles. At least, my dad wouldn’t let me lead such a pitiful life. I heard that the house Qiao Zijin rented in the capital is pretty small. It’s only around ten square meters. Actually, I think that’s already not bad. When I was living in the corridor, it was similarly around ten square meters. Besides, the corridor I was living in was small and narrow. Her house shouldn’t be as bad as the corridor I lived in then. As such, I always think that it makes sense for you to be good to Qiao Zijin. At least, when you and Qiao Zijin were living in the rented house, that house was better than my corridor. If you were close to me, you would only be living in the corridor with me for those few years.”
After saying this, Qiao Nan hung up the call, leaving no leeway or affection at all.
After knowing what kind of environment Ding Jiayi lived in after reaching the capital, Qiao Nan didn’t find Ding Jiayi pitiful at all. Qiao Zijin had so much money in her hands, but she was so stingy to Ding Jiayi. Who could be blamed?