E. Ding looks like her mother, her appearance, her hair, and even her personality. For this reason, she heard people around her say that she was her mother’s twin sister.
Therefore, E. Ding imagined that she and her mother were telepathic. Or they could have the same mood at the same time. She could feel happy when her mother was happy. She might cry when her mother was crying.
Could the others not be able to tell the difference if their outfits were very much alike? Was it good to have Perant-child clothing with her mother? However, E. Ding didn’t look for clothes, she was still thinking about telepathy. She believed it was more fun than wearing the same clothes.
E. Ding closed her eyes, trying to sense her mother’s mood or to know what she was doing. She sat in her room, not moving, just closing her eyes to “feel” her mother. Could E. Ding feel her mother’s feelings? Or would E. Ding be sleepy at last because of closing her eyes?
In the darkness with her eyes closed, E. Ding kept thinking about her mother, hoping to sense her mother’s emotions. Then, E. Ding thought of the meals that her mother cooked for her every day. She thought of the braids her mother combed for her. Furthermore, she remembered when she was sick in the hospital, her mother accompanied her every moment.
These were the things that E. Ding was worthy to keep in mind. Her mother often cooked tomatoes and bought her some red dresses. It was because E. Ding likes tomatoes and red very much. Most importantly, she will never forget her mother forgives her and hugs her if she is naughty.
After thinking of those memories, E. Ding was so delighted that she finally felt her mother’s love. She then left the room and ran to her mother happily:
Mummy looked at E. Ding, “What’s the matter?”
E. Ding didn’t answer, she just walked into her mother’s arms and said with joy, “I love you so much, Mum!”
Mummy smiled and replied gently, “I love you too, sweetheart.”
In the end, they felt love through a warm, big hug.