Don’t Talk About Gossip
At dawn, Lady Ning walked out of the Buddhist temple.
As soon as the sun comes out in June, it is extremely hot and sultry.
The halls of the Buddhist Hall are full of ice, which adds a little coolness.
Lady Ning slammed her fan a few times hard, and the servant girls quickly poured the tea.
“Sister-in-law.” A voice came from outside the door.
Lady Ning quickly put down the fan and picked up the tea with a calm expression.
With the voice, Third Madam Ning and Fourth Madam Ning came in without waiting for the servant girls to lift the curtain.
One couldn’t tell if they were anxious and in a hurry, but they were both sweating.
“It’s clear.” Third Madam Ning said.
“Sister-in-law, you can’t even think of it,” said Fourth Madam Ning.
Lady Ning looked at them and smiled.
“What’s the hurry? Look at you both sweating.” She said softly, “Sit down and have some tea.”
The servant girl hurriedly poured the tea, and Third Madam Ning took it, and Fourth Madam Ning put hers directly on the table.
“Sister-in-law, it turns out that he wasn’t a spy.” She said anxiously, “Guess what? It was a grudge against the Fang family.”
Naturally, what they spoke about was the arrest of the County Magistrate Li.
Although it was in Beiliu Town, the Ning family naturally knew that such a big thing happened. Although the news that spread was different and the county was also under martial law, the Ning family soon knew the truth of the matter.
“County Li has committed suicide in fear of his crime.” Mrs. Ning said, “Now the officials of prefect Ma are still there, and Song Yunping will be beheaded in the street tomorrow.”
“And his crime will be read out.” Fourth Madam Ning added as she took a sip of water.
Lady Ning spoke a Buddhist prayer.
“What did I say, this Fang family is really amazing. Mobilizing troops and horses and the prefect of Taiyuan to almost encircle and suppress Yangcheng. It turned out to be because of such a deep hatred.” She sighed.
“Yes. I really didn’t see that the Fang family has the ability.” Third Madam Ning said, “I can’t fathom how much it cost.”
“This is not just something that money can accomplish,” Fourth Madam Ning said.
Lady Ning sighed repeatedly while twisting her Buddha beads.
“I really didn’t expect it. I didn’t expect what a hatred it was,” she said.
“That’s true. It means that County Magistrate Li has planned it since twenty years ago,” Third Madam Ning said.
“Twenty years ago?” Lady Ning smiled and said, “The Fang family were still farmers in Dongping, Shandong, right? County Magistrate Li was already an official at that time. Did the Fang family owe him three buckets of rice or four liters of beans? What was worth this plan?”
Third Madam Ning and Fourth Madam Ning looked at each other and smiled.
“That is to say there must be something unclean in the Fang family.” They said, “Flies don’t bite seamless eggs.”
Lady Ning smiled but said nothing.
“Luckily, our family didn’t get married with such a person.” Third Madam Ning curled her lips and said, “It would have been terrible.”
“Sister-in-law.” Fourth Madam Ning looked uneasy again, “But since we didn’t get married with them do we now have a grudge with them? This is terrible.”
Lady Ning laughed and put down the Buddha beads.
“Okay, stop talking nonsense.” She laughed and said, “Do you take the officials and prefect Ma as a joke that they are willing to do this? There must be a reason for them to do so. This truth may not necessarily be the Fang family.”
Third and Fourth Madam Ning also laughed.
“Sister-in-law, the county will behead and read out the crime tomorrow. Do you want to see it?” Third Madam Ning said.
“How old are you? You still want to watch the beheading.” Lady Ning said angrily, “Don’t fool around.”
Third and Fourth Madam Ning laughed again.
Of course, they don’t have to see it for themselves. If they need to know something, someone in the county always sends the news in detail.
“I don’t pay attention to their family.” Lady Ning said, “Their family has nothing to do with our family. There will be no future with this family.”
Lady Ning shook the fan.
“Unlucky,” she said.
The daytime festivity of the household had been set off again, and this time it was Liu’er’s joy.
“Miss Miss.” Before and after running, she only had this one word to say.
Miss Jun had to hold her.
“Don’t run around. If you have anything for them to do, they can run for you.” She said, “I feel dizzy when I run.”
“Aren’t I afraid that they can’t do it well?” Liu’er said with a smile, shaking Miss Jun’s sleeves, and looking at Miss Jun while suddenly crying, “Miss, you’re thinner. You must not have eaten well outside.”
It’s bad to eat outside.
Miss Jun smiled and stroked her head.
For the first time, the rest of the room was sad because of this girl’s crying.
“Zhenzhen… ” Old Lady Fang had just spoken when Fang Chengyu interrupted her.
“Grandma,” he said, walking to Old LadyFang in a few steps and holding her arm, “Grandma, Zhenzhen is not called Zhenzhen now.”
Old Lady Fang said oh.
“Called a fake?” She said.
The people in the room were stunned and burst into laughter.
Miss Jun also squeezed her lips and smiled. Liu’er originally felt that Old Lady Fang was disrespectful and she was unhappy to hear a joke about her young lady, but when she saw that the young lady smiled, she naturally laughed.
“Ouch.” Concubine Yuan’s laughter was the most exaggerated, and tears came out. “The old lady can also tell jokes.”
The old lady didn’t even bother to laugh before, let alone make others laugh.
Old Lady Fang glanced at her.
“You think you can,” she said.
Concubine Yuan laughed again.
“Okay, Grandma, Zhenzhen now has a new name which was left to her by her grandfather.” Fang Chengyu said, “She’s called Jiuling.”
Where do I seem to have heard of this name?
“Ah. Our Jiulingtang!” Liu’er was the first to shout, “It’s our Jiuling Hall.”
Miss Jun looked at her and smiled.
“Do you remember?” She asked.
“Of course.” She said, smiling again, “Although I usually don’t remember, of course I thought of it. This is the hospital handed down by the Jun ancestors.”
The people present understood, and Old Lady Fang and Lady Fang also remembered that there was a hospital in the Jun family.
“I went back to Runan to revive my ancestral calling, so I used the name of the hospital as an inspiration and reminder,” Miss Jun said.
“Zhen… Jiuling, your medical skills are definitely capable.” Concubine Yuan complimented.
Miss Jun smiled and didn’t say anything. Fang Chengyu took over and spoke.
“Of course, Jiuling is awesome. You don’t know how many things happened in Runan.” He smiled again and looked at the room full of concentrating and curiously listening people. “But it’s very tiring to come back for Jiuling. Let’s wait until she has had a good rest.”
The people in the room burst into laughter and coughed.
Listening to this laughter, Lady Fang couldn’t help wiping her tears again. How long had it been since the family had such a relaxed and happy atmosphere? Everyone was happy from the bottom of their hearts, unlike inthe past.
“Okay, let’s talk about it later. Let’s go to rest.” She took a deep breath and said, “If you have enough energy tomorrow, let’s go and see the execution.”
Tomorrow, the governor of Taiyuan will personally preside over the beheading of Song Yunping and announce Li Changhong’s crime.
The people in the room looked solemn.
“Yes.” They said in unison.
“Tomorrow we will pay tribute to the old man and the master,” Lady Fang said.
“Yes.” Everyone responded in unison again.
The crowd dispersed, but the noise seemed to ring from time to time in Fang household.
Fang Yuxiu, who was walking on the road, suddenly stopped and said.
“What did you remember?” Fang Yunxiu asked quickly.
“Jiuling.” Fang Yuxiu said, “The daughter of the late prince, Lu Yunqi’s deceased wife is Princess Jiuling.”
Fang Yunxiu also suddenly remembered.
“Why is that a little familiar to me?” She said, sighing silently for a moment, “Speaking of which, Zhenzhen and the Princess Jiuling really runs the imagination. They both saw the death of both parents. Princess Jiuling was married but had no longevity, and Zhenzhen’s marriage was rejected.”
Fang Yuxiu smiled.
“However, although she doesn’t have the status of a princess, I think Zhenzhen is better than Princess Jiuling.” She said, “At least she is still alive.”
Yes, as long as you live, you always have expectations and can wait for a good day.
Fang Yunxiu nodded, but she looked again and couldn’t help sighing gently in one direction.
It’s just that some people have no hope in living.
What should I do about Jinxiu?
At the same time, Old Lady Fang, who was supported by Lady Fang, also sat up.
“I thought of one thing,” she said.
“What did you think of?” Lady Fang asked nervously.
“Zhenzhen’s residence is still with Chengyu.” Old Lady Fang said, looking at Lady Fang, “Is this suitable?”
Lady Fang was also stunned and thought of the fact that she had almost forgotten.
Jun Zhenzhen and Fang Chengyu had pretended to get married in order to confuse the enemy during the treatment. Now that the enemy has been arrested and Chengyu has recovered, will they continue to be a fake couple?
“Chengyu personally went to the city gate to pick up Zhenzhen,” Old Lady Fang suddenly said quietly.
Greetings can be a very simple thing. Getting up early and waiting, knowing where she goes and when she arrives, one has to keep it clearly and carefully in mind. This kind of greeting is not so simple.