Presently, Lin Yuan was standing beside the flower racks and felt he was more tired than normal. This was the reason why he looked frail.
The feeling of fatigue when he was opening the store every day was something that Lin Yuan was already used to. However, he could feel a spell of dizziness in the depths of his head, and it was seemingly getting more intensive.
“Meow, Yuan, go to the chair and sit for a moment.”
The ash-black cat immediately started to walk on Lin Yuan’s pants and clothes before climbing up to his neck. The cat then trembled as it stood up and used its paws’ soft pad to give Lin Yuan’s head a gentle massage.
The Sound Bird was also flying around anxiously as though it was asking why Lin Yuan looked weaker than normal.
Lin Yuan then forcefully invigorated himself before hugging the Hundred Questions Beast, Genius, in his arms. His fair fingers had very obvious and distinct bone lines as they stroked across the Hundred Questions Beast’s fur.
“Genius, Chimey, you don’t have to worry about me. I probably didn’t sleep well yesterday.” While Lin Yuan was speaking, he started to ponder whether he had really caught a cold again.
His finances to maintain his family’s store were very tight, and it was barely enough to support his younger sister’s school fees. During normal times, he would be frugal on his own meals to save up money.
Poor people were most fearful of falling ill.
After a century since the Spirit Qi Awakening, all of the previously terminal illnesses were now curable with ease. As long as one could find a spirit qi professional, who had contracted a high-grade healing-type fey, treatment could be completed in a single session.
However, the fees for hiring spirit qi professionals with high-grade feys would be more than three months of operation fees for his store.
Lin Yuan might have said so, but Genius and Chimey’s anxiety didn’t reduce at all. It was as though they were afraid of losing their most precious treasure.
To Genius and Chimey, they were two inferior housekeeping pets that had been neglected and rejected, and Lin Yuan was their entire world.
When it was at exactly 7 a.m., a forthright and shrewish voice echoed punctually at the entrance.
“Little Yuan, I have told you so many times not to open your store so early. You just have to open it after 8 a.m. so you can have more rest too.”
The one speaking was a middle-aged lady who had placed a wooden square box on Lin Yuan’s reception counter. She then looked at Lin Yuan with a gentle glance before saying, “Same old thing. Give me ten Usnea vines.”
When Lin Yuan heard this rather passionate and shrewish voice, his face immediately put on a warm smile. Lin Yuan’s face looked extremely amiable from afar when he had this warm smile, just like the summer breeze.
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