Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 1304 - Helping Mom to Cook

Chapter 1304 - Helping Mom to Cook

Chapter 1304: Helping Mom to Cook

It was still foggy in the bathroom, and the mirror was shrouded in a foggy layer too. Bai Qingqing wiped the mirror with her hand and looked at her face, which still looked youthful, then went into a daze. Everything that had happened in the beastmen world felt like a dream.

Thankfully, she still had her mates’ spousal marks. This made Bai Qingqing slightly at ease. Her gaze then moved to her left chest.

The leopard tattoo on her left chest didn’t look as spirited as usual. It lowered its head, appearing a little dejected. She had no idea if it was because of the strong fog, but the tattoo’s color also looked a lot lighter than usual.

Bai Qingqing was given a fright and quickly turned her head to look at the tiger tattoo on her right arm.

Winston’s spousal mark was a silvery-white color and wasn’t too obvious, to begin with. Now, it appeared even fainter. It now looked like an exquisite yet fragile ice statue that would melt when it became a little warmer.

Bai Qingqing immediately lowered her head to look at her ankle. If even Curtis’s spousal mark had turned fainter, then she would really not dare to face reality.

However, the red and black snake tattoo on her ankle was eye-piercingly bright, so much so that it caused Bai Qingqing to become stunned.

She then turned and looked at the eagle tattoo on her shoulder blade through the mirror. The mirror was clouded up by a layer of vapor again, but she could still see the bright black color.

It seemed that the intensity of the spousal marks was related to the males’ strength.

Parker, Winston, you guys must level up as soon as possible!

Stripeless beasts were legendary existences, to begin with, and it was already a miracle for Bai Qingqing to have two of them as her mates. Even if Winston and Parker could level up, she had no idea how long she’d have to wait.

She had gotten used to relying on her mates. With her mates suddenly not by her side, leaving her alone, she suddenly felt horrified.

Bai Qingqing hugged her chest and squatted down, burying her face and crying out.

She must bring them over! She must! Otherwise, she really didn’t have the courage to live by herself for several decades.

Bang bang bang!

Strong knocks came from the door, and Bai Xiaofan’s voice rang out through it.

“Sister, are you alright?”

Bai Qingqing immediately stopped crying. She wiped her face and stood up, saying in a m.u.f.fled voice, “I’m fine.”

It became silent outside. Bai Qingqing put on her pajamas and realized that she had grown taller. The length of her pajamas’ pants was a few centimeters shorter.

This was troublesome. She hoped that no one would notice it.

Bai Qingqing opened the door and didn’t expect Bai Xiaofan to still be standing there. She caught a hint of worry flas.h.i.+ng past in his eyes.

She felt warm inside. This was her younger brother, after all. He was still concerned for her.

Bai Qingqing didn’t wait for Bai Xiaofan to console her. She patted his shoulder and said, “Your sister is fine. It’s just that I lost my bag and will get a scolding from mom and dad today.”

Bai Xiaofan immediately put on a despising expression. “I thought you were dumped when I heard you crying so sadly.”

Bai Qingqing was speechless.

Weren’t the students in middle school these days too mature? Their minds were filled with thoughts of getting into a relations.h.i.+p at such a young age.

“Scram and go do your homework.” Bai Qingqing instantly withdrew her touched feelings and scowled, then took heavy footsteps as she walked past him.

Bai Xiaofan gestured to the top of his head, then mumbled in his heart that it hadn’t been easy for him to overtake his sister’s height, but why did she look taller today? She was almost catching up to him.

Bai Qingqing took care of her feelings and then walked into the kitchen to prepare dinner.

In the past, she didn’t do any housework. Even when she came home during the holidays, she rarely helped her mom to cook. After not seeing them for five years, it was impossible for her to not miss her parents. This was especially when she had become a mother herself and understood the feelings parents had toward their children. She felt even greater grat.i.tude toward her parents for bringing her up.

The only thing Bai Qingqing could do now was to cook a meal and make things easier for her mom.

Bai Qingqing’s dad was a taxi driver with flexible working hours. Her mom was the accountant for a small supermarket and had standard nine to five work hours.