“Alright.” Xyla Quest smiled.
She had just the same thought. Once the encrustation was removed, she would offer this purple clay teapot as a gift to her grandfather-in-law.
“Xyla, I simply love you and admire you so much. Tell me, how do you know everything?” Sharon Lindt wasn’t concealing her admiration for Xyla at all.
“My father and grandfather both liked collecting antiques. Being with them all the time, it’s hard not to pick up a few things,” Xyla said.
“My Xyla really is excellent!” Sharon looked at Xyla as if she was a young female fan of Xyla’s.
“Mom, you flatter me,” Xyla said.
“Not at all. My daughter-in-law is better than anyone else,” Sharon said.
“That’s an exaggeration,” Xyla said.
“It isn’t… Not a single bit.” Sharon was smiling the entire time. When she looked at Xyla, there was a glimmer in her eyes. “Oh, right. Has Stan been bullying you recently?”
Xyla felt a sense of warmth spread in her heart. She grinned from ear to ear. “No, he’s been very good to me.”
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