Rebirth of a Farming Wife

Chapter 105

Rebirth of a Farming Wife

In her previous life, Su Wenyue was driven by vanity. She abandoned her husband and child, ultimately meeting a tragic end when she was falsely accused and killed by the mistress of the house. Her three-month-old unborn child perished with her. Meanwhile, the humble man she had looked down upon seized the opportunity in the chaotic times. He steadily climbed the ranks to become a high-ranking and powerful prime minister in the great kingdom. Su Wenyue died in remorse. But upon awakening, she found herself back at the moment when she had just married into the Han family. (vitag.Init = window.vitag.Init || []).push(function(){viAPItag.display("vi_765923973")})

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Su Wenyue was not foolish. After managing the affairs of the Han Family’s backyard for so many years, she understood all that she needed to understand. It’s just that since her rebirth, the most difficult person she had encountered was the likes of Mrs. Wang, a minor character. Her mind had grown lazy from lack of use, but upon hearing Han Yu’s explanation, she immediately understood.

When she saw the people from the Main House again, she had indeed been very angry yesterday, but now she had no particular feelings left, at most, just disgust. Regardless, there were still ties between the Main House and the Second House, and since the people from the Main House came to apologize to her, she was bound to meet them.

“If you don’t want to see them, forget it. I’ll talk to them. I suppose Han Ping is just trying to prevent you from blaming him. I’ll let them know. Although Han Ping is not a particularly good person, he is sensible enough and should naturally know what to do.” Han Yu did not want his daughter-in-law to be upset by the people from the Main House anymore, and it was fine not to see them if she did not want to; there was no need to force herself.

Han Yu felt somewhat guilty, as it seemed that ever since his daughter-in-law married him, she always ended up aggrieved and wronged. As in this instance, even though he was very angry, he had to suppress it for the sake of his father and mother, as well as the superior’s notion of filial piety, and thus easily forgave the Main House.

Su Wenyue seemed to sense what was on Han Yu’s mind. This was the perfect time to comfort a man. If not now, then when? Although Su Wenyue felt that Han Yu already considered her quite important, who wouldn’t want to be even more important in their husband’s heart?

“Husband, I think it’s better for me to meet them anyway, so as not to trouble Father and Mother. After all, Father-in-law is the Old Lady’s own son, and even if she doesn’t feel much for us in the Second House, that blood relation is still there. If the Old Lady makes an issue out of this, it will definitely trouble Father and Mother. Yesterday, I witnessed the Old Lady’s influence in the Main House in person; how could I, as a daughter-in-law, stand by and watch Father-in-law and Mother-in-law be in such a predicament? Even if not for anything else, I should do this for your sake, Husband.”

“Lady Yue, I…” Han Yu had no idea about the little scheme going on in his daughter-in-law’s mind. His already somewhat guilty conscience was now mixed with a touch of emotion, feeling undeserving of having such a virtuous, kind, and considerate wife.

Su Wenyue didn’t really want to make Han Yu feel guilty; as long as Han Yu appreciated her devotion, and knew that she was making sacrifices for him, that was enough.

“Don’t worry; I’m fine. Although I was indeed very angry yesterday, now that I think about it, there’s no point in being angry with people of such character from the Main House. They are essentially unrelated to us, and it’s not worth upsetting myself over them. Let’s go and have a look. I’m afraid Father and Mother can’t handle those people from the Main House.”

Han Yu raised an eyebrow, seeing his wife’s confidence, “Do you think you can handle them? Looking at you, it’s as if you’re going to a battlefield, but you appear quite prepared for it.”

“Of course. Yesterday, if it weren’t for Han Ping being sensible and considering Father and Mother’s feelings, not wanting to make too much of a fuss, I would have already dealt with those people from the Main House. The Old Lady is so biased and unreasonable. Mother must have suffered a lot under her in the past. But don’t worry; with me here, and me looking after Mother, the Old Lady won’t dare to take any advantage of us again.” At this moment, Su Wenyue seemed to revert to her once proud and imperious demeanor, revealing a hint of her domineering spirit.

Han Yu found his wife’s domineering manner to be extremely endearing, and it touched his heart deeply.

“Fourth child, Fourth Daughter-in-law, you’ve come just in time. The great nephew wants to see you, to apologize for yesterday’s incident,” said Mrs. Yang, smiling at the arrival of Han Yu and Su Wenyue. She felt more and more that this daughter-in-law was a blessing to her family. After so many years, it was the first time the Main House had treated her with such courtesy, and even though she knew it was because of the Fourth Daughter-in-law, she still felt pleased. After all, the Fourth Daughter-in-law was also hers.

Han Yu and Su Wenyue looked around the Main Hall and found that the Old Lady was not there. It was Mrs. Han Wang, her son, Han Ping and his wife who had come. The two exchanged glances, understanding the reason behind it.

The Old Lady, who valued face so much, would not stoop to apologize to a junior she despised, even if Han Ping had persuaded her. But in future encounters, the Old Lady would surely not dare to be so arrogant—not once it was clear to her how serious the relations explained by Han Ping were, he might even have exaggerated them a bit.

Seeing the arrival of Han Yu and his wife, the people from the Main House behaved more cautiously. Any previous disdain and complacency they held towards the people from the Second House were now kept in check. Even Mrs. Wang, who was usually quite arrogant towards the Second House, was now assuming the appropriate manner of an elder, albeit with a bit more humility.

Mrs. Han Wang was truly regretting her actions from yesterday. She never expected Brother Yu’s wife’s mother’s family to be so powerful, far beyond that of an ordinary wealthy family. Listening to Han Ping’s explanation before the Old Lady yesterday, she grew more and more nervous, fearing that if Su Wenyue took offense and complained to the Su Family, her son would be in danger.

Han Hao was also exceptionally well-behaved today, partly due to a scolding from both Han Ping and his father, and partly due to the fright Han Ping had given him.

Without the Old Lady present and with Han Jinbiao and Han Ping there, the apology from the Main House went smoothly, and no one caused any further trouble, especially Han Ping, whose attitude towards Su Wenyue could only be described as fawning.

Yang Juxiang and her daughter now had a deeper understanding of Su Wenyue’s mother’s family. Even Han Ping, a steward in the city, was so polite, which made it clear that the Su Family was not to be offended. They knew they had even less cause for affront; if Yang Juxiang had previously opposed Su Wenyue out of jealousy, she now dared not harbor such thoughts. Thinking about her previous conflicts with Su Wenyue, she wanted to return home early, lest Su Wenyue would really take it seriously and Yang Juxiang would be the unlucky one.

Yet, Jiang Chunlan clearly had a different perspective from Yang Juxiang’s. Han Ping’s fawning behavior toward Su Wenyue did not deter her but fueled her jealousy further. Her psyche had become so warped that she even fantasized about swapping places with Su Wenyue. The only difference between her and Su Wenyue now was their status—it was so unfair.

“Chunlan, what are you thinking about? Mother tells you, Su Wenyue’s mother’s family is not someone of our status can afford to offend. Your Cousin Yu has already married Su Wenyue, and they seem to have a good relationship. Don’t be foolish again, and don’t harbor such unrealistic thoughts! Pack up your things; we’ll set off early tomorrow morning and return home.”

Yang Juxiang knew her daughter well. Seeing that look on her face, it was clear she was not content. She was the kind of person who could easily make a blunder on impulse, and with Brother Lin’s wife stirring things up beside her, Yang Juxiang was afraid her daughter might cause another problem. Looking at the attitude of the Han Family’s Main House, she knew no one could save them if something went wrong—it would be better to take her daughter home sooner rather than later.

Rebirth of a Farming Wife

In her previous life, Su Wenyue was driven by vanity. She abandoned her husband and child, ultimately meeting a tragic end when she was falsely accused and killed by the mistress of the house. Her three-month-old unborn child perished with her. Meanwhile, the humble man she had looked down upon seized the opportunity in the chaotic times. He steadily climbed the ranks to become a high-ranking and powerful prime minister in the great kingdom. Su Wenyue died in remorse. But upon awakening, she found herself back at the moment when she had just married into the Han family. (vitag.Init = window.vitag.Init || []).push(function(){viAPItag.display("vi_765923973")})

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