Little Bao’er said, unable to resist reaching out her little hand to touch Wen Shiyu’s stomach.
Wen Shiyu smiled, “Mommy is not tired.”
Just as the words left her mouth, the mobile phone on her body rang, it was a call from Mo Na.
“Shiyu, I heard you’re back, let’s have dinner and get together tonight.”
“Then we’ll meet at the restaurant.”
Wen Shiyu agreed and hung up the phone.
Half an hour later, the two met at the entrance of the restaurant.
Mo Na looked at the mother and son who walked slowly and had outstanding facial features, and her eyes rubbed off.
“Bao’er, I didn’t expect you to be there.”
She took three steps and walked over to little Bao’er, fond of the soft and cuddly little one, “Can aunty hold you?”
“Of course you can.”
Little Bao’er knew that this auntie in front of her was a good friend of Mummy’s, so she was especially giving face.
Mo Na hugged Little Treasure, and the more she looked at him, the more she liked him, sighing, “What should I do, Shi Yu, I suddenly want such a good son too.”
“Then you should hurry up and find a boyfriend and get married.”
Wen Shiyu flirted with a smile.
With that, the three of them talked and laughed as they entered the box and ordered food.
During the seat, Wen Shiyu hesitated and still opened her mouth to ask, “Is everything alright with the orchestra?”
Although she only asked about the orchestra, Mona knew that she was actually worried about the leader too.
“Don’t worry, the orchestra is back to normal now, the leader has also returned to the orchestra, although the person looks a bit thin, but the condition is adjusted back.”
Wen Shiyu nodded her head, her heart was still a bit tied up, but now she had completely let go.
Looking at her relieved friend, Mona deliberately changed the subject and said mysteriously, “Do you know who will be the principal violinist of our second orchestra after you leave?”
Wen Shiyu shook her head, puzzled, “Who is it?”
“It’s her, that’s something.”
Wen Shiyu drifted off and then remembered this person.
Although they had had a bit of a falling out over the position of chief violinist at the time, objectively speaking, this person was still very good at what she did.
Mona skimmed her lips, “The ability is good, but the character is not.”
Hearing this, Wen Shiyu guessed that something should have happened and said with concern, “What’s wrong?”
“This woman, ever since she was brought up by the chief, that tail is going up to the sky, and ……”
Mona stopped herself in a hurry.
Because she felt that if the latter words came out, it would affect her best friend’s mood.
Wen Shiyu still sensed it and pursued the question, “Is she still saying that Kathleen’s death, has something to do with me?”
Mona snapped, a little unsure of how to answer.
At the same time, she was also a little chagrined that it was such a nice atmosphere, why did she have to mention these upsetting people to spoil the fun.
Finally she covered up, “You’re not in the band now anyway, so don’t pay any attention to these people.”
Wen Shiyu could see that her best friend didn’t want to talk about it and nodded gently, though the smile on her face wasn’t as much as it had been a moment ago.
Although Mona didn’t say it, she could more or less guess it in her heart.
Mo Na also noticed the change in Wen Shiyu’s mood and knew that with her friend’s intelligence how could she not guess.
She sighed secretly, knowing that her friend might not be feeling very well inside.
After all, many people had blamed their best friend for Kathleen’s death after what had happened.
But these things really didn’t seem to her to be blamed on her best friend.
Thinking, she couldn’t help but persuade, “You don’t need to care what those people think, and you have a better place to go now, so don’t think about everything that happened in the past.”
Wen Shiyu pursed her lips and said softly, “In fact, about Cathleen’s death, I’ve already let go of it long ago, but there’s just something in my heart that I can’t bear to think about Hathaway after all.”
Mona understood what her best friend meant and bristled, unable to help but feel sorry for her friend.
“That said, the headmaster did quite a bit to you, but that’s good, it’s two for the price of one.”
“Yeah, two don’t owe each other.”