"Which question? Let's sit there and I will teach you." Kaylin squatted down and was very patient.
These young people were all attracted by Kaylin.
They couldn’t believe that Kaylin was really a good teacher.
"Do you remember what you just said? If she's not lying, you should promise me to do anything." Mylee reminded coldly.
The young man with a dragon tattoo nodded, "OK, I won’t break my words."
Mylee nodded, "you can experience life and go to the field to carry water for the villagers."
After sending those young people away, Mylee came to Kaylin.
Kaylin was worried. She repeated this question three times, but her students still didn't understand it.
Mylee stood beside Kaylin, watched Kaylin repeat again, and finally shook his head slightly.
"What? Did I give you a wrong solution?" Kaylin asked in a low voice near Mylee's ear.
Mylee nodded and shook his head, "this question should be solved like this..."
Kaylin looked at Mylee and said the answer to the same question again in a way that was easier for the child to understand. The child nodded and said "I see".
"Thank you, madam, Mr. Lopes." The child looked up at Kaylin and Mylee.
"I suddenly find that you are more suitable to be a teacher than me." Kaylin praised him.
Mylee raised his eyebrows. "When I was in college, I once helped the professors in the department with class."
Kaylin’s confidence was hit. She thought, “Is there anything else he can't do?”
"Eh? Did those fans leave just now?" Kaylin looked around and didn't see the young people.
"They didn't leave. I asked them to help the villagers. I must teach them a lesson." Mylee was serious.
Kaylin couldn't help laughing, "That's really funny but reasonable."
As a result, on this day, several young people stayed at the villagers’ houses for dinner because they enthusiastically helped the villagers. They were honored to have dinner with Kaylin and Mylee. They had a good time staying with Kaylin.
These young people happened to know Internet technology. After returning to the big city, they publicized what had happened in Layton Village through the Internet. Soon, everyone knew Kaylin, a beautiful and kind rural teacher.
The mid-term exam came at the next day. Kaylin and Mylee were in the village committee office. They must use the computer to make the template of the test paper, input words, arrange the layout, and then type it out. They were busy until it was very late, and finally made more than 40 test papers.
When Mylee was turning off the light to leave, Kaylin suddenly stopped, "Wait, the test paper is not enough. I have to make another copy."
"Daniel, right? Do you think he can take this test?" Mylee asked.
Kaylin nodded, "let him try. Even if he fails, it doesn't matter. I've taught him most of the questions."
"OK." Mylee took the test paper and made another copy.
After confirming that all the electrical equipment in the office were turned off, Mylee locked the door of the village committee office and walked back to Mrs. Smith's house.
Thanks to Mylee, lamps were finally installed on the village road. Kaylin used to walk with her mobile phone and flashlight when she went out at night.
"When I just lost my memory, it happened that a villager passed away. A little girl accidentally fell into the well and was found after soaking for one day. At that time, I was really afraid. I heard the baby crying a few days ago. Unexpectedly, she died suddenly. At that time, I suddenly felt that life was so fragile."
Kaylin looked at the dark trees on both sides and suddenly talked about what happened in the past.
Mylee looked at the side face of Kaylin under the street lamp. Yes, life was really fragile.
When Mylee cruelly grabbed life-saving blood from Kaylin and gave it to Raina, he had never thought that his daughter would die because of his choice.
It was a great pain for him. Mylee didn't know how to describe it.
No matter how long he knelt in front of the tombstone, he couldn't wake up Reiss.
He was just a father. He didn't experience pregnancy or the pain of childbirth. He even had never accompanied his daughter during his daughter's growth. Never could Mylee imagine how much Kaylin had suffered as a mother.
Everyone knew that "being a mother was hard." To be a mother, a weak woman needed to undergo huge danger. However, when Kaylin needed him most, Mylee was not beside Kaylin.
Kaylin was a person who always silently bear all the pain and difficulties by herself.
Autism of her daughter, Dalton's beating in the evening, the car accident, and Reiss' death on the birthday had become Kaylin's pain throughout her life.
She temporarily forgot it, but Mylee dared not. Mylee was dreaming day and night with those memories.
"It's all right. Now I'm beside you. Don't be afraid." Mylee gently hugged Kaylin's shoulder.
"Mylee, have you ever seen a ghost fire? You certainly haven't seen it. It's green. It will appear in the hills at night. If you don't know it's a ghost fire, you'll feel it very beautiful. If you see it, you'll feel very scary. This is the countryside. You can often see ghost fire. I was afraid of it before. I had nightmares because of seeing it, but later I wasn't afraid."
"In fact, there is no need to be afraid. Those who are just dead are greeting us." Kaylin said.
Mylee looked at her, "Silly girl, of course I've seen it. When my soldier friends and I were in troops, we lived near the cemetery for a few days and nights. We did see it. We haven't seen it for a long time after we retired from the army."
"Mylee, is life in the city really good?"
Mylee was silent and shook his head slightly for a long time. "The life rhythm in the city is very fast. In fact, it is very depressing."
"Yes, it's not as simple as that in the countryside, but I know you have your own job. You won't stay here all the time. You'd better leave early and go back where you should stay." Kaylin suddenly said.
Mylee was stunned and suddenly clenched Kaylin's hand, "Kaylin, do you want to drive me away?"
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