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Life After Prison by Silencieux (PDF) novel Chapter 50

“Okay, okay. Let’s not talk about that anymore. We’ll just take half this money then. You two can take the other half!” Judith finally said after giving it some more thought. 

“That’ll work too. We still owe Aunt Marie’s family money, don’t we? I’ll just use our half to pay back the debt!” Severin nodded. 

He then said to his parents, “It’s getting late now, so why don’t we just move to our new place right away? It’s not like there’s a lot of stuff to pack up.” 

“What do you mean there’s not a lot of stuff to pack up? I’d still like to bring a few more clothes!” Judith hurried in. 

“Is the place you’re renting far from here? If it’s not, you guys can drive and I’ll go there on my bike! “Maurice seemed to think that Severin had rented a better place because he did not want his family to live in an old and dilapidated house. 

Severin was speechless for a moment. “Just leave the bike here, Dad. I have money, so you don’t need to feel like you have to be frugal in the future. You’re both at an age where you should enjoy life!” 

“Haha, all right, all right. We’ll enjoy ourselves in the future!” Maurice smiled contentedly. From the looks of it, his son had matured and showed much more promise in life. 

The old couple packed up some clothes and then put them with their valuables in the trunk. 

“Diane, this is a jade bracelet handed down through generations within our family. You’re with Severin now, but there’s nothing we can give to you. I hope you won’t dislike this little gift too much. It might not be very valuable, but it’s the least we can do for you!” 

Judith took out a bracelet from a box and handed it to Diane. Diane smiled and put it on. “Thank you. It’s really beautiful! I like it a lot!” 

“I’m glad you do!” Judith laughed. 


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