Chapter 160 Grandma’s Strange Attitude
Only Sharon stayed put in her chair. She was in fear, digging her fingers into the chair’s armrest with both hands
“Grandma, you’re finally awake,” Gilbert held onto his grandmother’s hand and cried like a
Mrs. Kooper Sr., however, felt a little uneasy and dazed after opening her eyes for the first time in five years.
She paused for a long time before turning to Gilbert. Her voice was hoarse as she said, “Gilbert
My good grandson, Gilbert…”
“Grandma, I’m here too. It’s Kisa. Look at me,” Kisa was so excited that her eyes filled with tears. She was happy that she was lucky enough to see Mrs. Kooper Sr. wake before she died.
Mrs. Kooper Sr. turned to look at Kisa when she heard her voice, “Kisa… Yes… I remember… You are Kisa.”
Sharon could not sit still after seeing how Mrs. Kooper Sr. recognized Gilbert and Kisa. Her hope that Mrs. Kooper Sr. would lose her memory was shattered. When she was planning on how to escape, Mrs. Kooper Sr. sat up from the bed, startled.
Sharon was so scared that she slumped onto the ground. This old woman must’ve recognized me, pushing her down the stairs.”
To her surprise, Mrs. Kooper Sr pointed her finger at Kisa and hissed, “You. It’s you. Get out. Get out!”
Kisa was at a loss while Kelvin and Gilbert looked at each other.
Even Sharon, sitting on the ground, had a thoughtful expression.
“Grandma, what’s wrong? I’m Kisa,” she said as she grabbed Mrs. Kooper Sr.’s hand, but Mrs. Kooper Sr. pushed her hand away in disgust.
“Get out. I don’t want to see you. Get the hell out of here!”
Suddenly, Mrs. Kooper Sr.’s eyes rolled back, and she fainted due to her weak state and the added agitation.
Gilbert hurriedly supported her body and looked at Kelvin anxiously, “Quick, check on her, quick.”
Kisa did not think about why Mrs. Kooper Sr. had a change in attitude. Instead, she just stepped forward, worried; but Gilbert pushed her away.
“Get out! It’s all because of you!”
“Stop trying to explain yourself, sister. Grandma’s attitude toward you made it clear that you were the one who hurt her five years ago!” Sharon added as she got up. At that time, the fear in her was gone, replaced by pride.
“It wasn’t me!” Kisa looked at Gilbert and said, “It really wasn’t me. You can ask grandma
when she wakes up.”
“Do we still need a round of questioning? Grandma liked you so much back then. If you weren’t the one who wanted to hurt her, how do you explain her change in attitude?”
Kisa had nothing to say toward Sharon’s claims. She thought Mrs. Kooper Sr. would be able to
her innocence when she woke up, but her sudden change in attitude made Kisa feel powerless.
“Her mood is a little unstable. It’d be best if you got out of here to avoid her being agitated again. As for what happened five years ago, let’s wait till she calms down before asking her,” said Kelvin to Kisa.
“Yes, she doesn’t want to see you. You shouldn’t stay here any longer, unless you want her to faint again,” Sharon added.
Kisa looked at Gilbert and saw that he was staring at his grandmother’s face without saying a word.
She pursed her lips and walked out of the room silently.
It was already dawn, and Kisa could hear it raining outside. She walked into the yard and looked at the gray sky. Her mind was full of doubt.
‘What did I do that made grandma hate me that much?‘
Suddenly, just as she was lost in thought, Davian ran out of the house.