Confessing At The Grave

Only then did Qin Lan react and look at Su Wan in confusion. “Wan wan, what’s wrong?”

Su Wan glanced in the direction of the door and instantly thought of something, but she didn’t say it. Instead, she repeated what she had just said. “How about we go tomorrow?”

Qin Lan did not have much objections and agreed. “Okay.”

Jing Chen did not understand why Su Wan brought this up at this time. After the two of them returned to the room, before he could ask, Su Wan spoke first. “Actually, looking at Mom, she still has father in her heart. She’s just stubborn.”


“Mom and Jing Shao have been separated for many years,” Jing Chen said with a frown.


“Just because they’re separated doesn’t mean that they don’t have feelings for each other. We’ve been separated for a few years, right? I heard that Dad and Mom were very close when they first got married. They were so enviable! If their relationship really broke down, they would have divorced long ago.”

Su Wan analyzed for Jing Chen seriously, “Didn’t you see that Mom was still in a daze facing the door just now? She probably still can’t let go, but she doesn’t want to admit it… And you, Jing Chen, Dad has already started to lower his head. Don’t keep saying his name. He’s your father after all.”

Su Wan observed in detail and analyzed it logically, but there were some things she didn’t say. The relationship between a family that had been stiff for more than ten years couldn’t be changed in a day or two.

Jing Chen pursed his lips and said after a long time, “Can we be the same as them?”

Su Wan felt helpless. “You can be stubborn!”

The next day, the family sent the two brothers, Jing Yu and Jing Hao, to kindergarten before turning around and going to the cemetery.


It was still early and there were not many people in the cemetery. Before Qin Lan and the other two reached Jing Hai’s cemetery, they heard a familiar voice.

“Yu Yan, kneel here and reflect on what you did back then in front of Dad.” Jing Shao’s tone was cold and angry.

“Brother Shao, I… I’m afraid. Don’t leave me alone.” Yu Yan grabbed Jing Shao’s arm and looked around. She avoided eye contact, not daring to look at the photo on the tombstone.

In the photo, the old man smiled kindly. Although it was daytime, Yu Yan still felt it was gloomy.

Unexpectedly, Jing Shao shook off Yu Yan’s arm coldly. Yu Yan lost her balance and fell in front of the tomb. He looked down at Yu Yan and said coldly, “Only someone with a guilty conscience will be afraid. Yu Yan, you destroyed three generations.”

He and his father, Jing Hai, he and Qin Lan, he and Jing Chen.

Back then, Jing Shao had drunk too much because of family matters. When he woke up the next day, he was on Yu Yan’s bed. Coincidentally, this scene was seen by Qin Lan, who had rushed over to look for him, and he could not defend himself.

In a fit of anger, Jing Hai wanted to punish him severely. Before this, their father-son relationship was already not very good, and this matter had completely stiffened their relationship. Jing Shao and Jing Hai quarreled and he even left the house resolutely without caring about Qin Lan’s feelings.

All these years, Jing Shao had been raising Yu Yan. She said that she was pregnant, and he did his best to take good care of her. However, not long after, she told him that the child was gone. His heart ached, but he still comforted Yu Yan that there would be another one, but he never wanted to touch her.

It was not until a while ago that he accidentally learned from his friend that Yu Yan had never been pregnant and that even her body was still clean that Jing Shao understood that everything in the past was fake.

Qin Lan stopped in her tracks when she heard the conversation. She frowned, not knowing what the two of them were up to. Logically speaking, Jing Shao would not know about today’s schedule. She subconsciously turned to look at Su Wan.

Su Wan naturally heard the commotion in front of her and understood what Qin Lan meant. She said helplessly, “Mom, I really didn’t tell him that we were coming to see Grandpa today. Perhaps it’s just a coincidence.”

“We didn’t even call him,” Jing Chen echoed. This time, he didn’t call Jing Shao by his name.

Qin Lan retracted her gaze and sighed. “Forget it. We have to face it eventually. Let’s see what he has to say.”

She also sensed that something was wrong from Jing Shao and Yu Yan’s conversation. As she spoke, she continued to walk towards Jing Hai’s grave.

Jing Chen and Su Wan looked at each other. Su Wan seemed a little happy. Qin Lan was willing to listen, which meant that she was halfway there.