I went through a small door, a small family, an innocent family and a well-off family. All I have to do is grow up healthily, marry, have children, eat and die. Think about it, compared to previous lives. I have no salary pressure, no paperwork, no resentment of buying a house, no urge to marry. Such a day is too beautiful. If I want to make progress, I will recognize another word, learn to embroider a flower, and wait to choose a desirable man to marry. I thought it was God's favor, but a prescription made me go through difficulties, bumps, tied, fell off a cliff, fell into the water... I met death several times. But I met several men with extraordinary bearing. I was deeply puzzled whether I crossed to Mary Suwen or whether the author was a stepmother.