Add: ZhangJiaDi Village, WangQingTuo Town, WuQing District, TianJin, China
General manager: Miss.Carry
January 10, 2018, Chengdu. Pulling out the needle, 91-year-old Chen Guangguo braced the stick and stood up from the stool on the bedside.
Move your footsteps and open the wheelchair at the corner where the bed is facing. The aisle of the ward was too narrow. He tried to drop the wheelchair several times, but he did not succeed. He had to carry his body and drag the wheelchair a little bit to the door. The large cotton coat on the winter wiped the sound of the silk on the wall. This day is the day when Chen Guangguo was discharged.
Originally, the wheelchair should be sitting with his wife, he was hospitalized, and his wife would be there, but now, the empty wheelchair is a bit sad. A year ago, in the hospital where he lived, his wife died of illness. After that, Chen Guangguo could no longer see the shadow of his wife in the wheelchair where he would push. Now, the empty wheelchair is pinning his endless thoughts about his wife.
Chen Guangguo’s wife’s name is Ren Sufen, and they are the same age. Ren Sufen grew up in the countryside, wrapped in small feet. In his old age, his legs and feet became inconvenient. Chen Guangguo took out a sum of money from the pension to buy this wheelchair, which is convenient for his wife. "As long as he goes out, no matter where he goes, he pushes her." Suner Chen Gang said.
Chen Gang clearly remembers the grandfather's daily contribution during the time when his grandmother was sick. "At that time, I often went to the hospital. Sometimes I went to the middle of the road and forgot to take things. I had to fold back and make me sweaty. The clothes were wet." Chen Gang said that on the day of his grandmother’s death, his family died. People can't hold back their emotions, but Grandpa calmly advises everyone not to cry. "People will have this day." But the next day after returning home, the grandfather who got up did not look red and swollen. "I cried at night, but I still don't find it."
After the old man left, Chen Guangguo still pushed the wheelchair every day, just like his wife was still sitting on it. "I have been pushing for a few years, and I am too accustomed to it." Chen Gang also found that when Grandma died, Grandpa often pushed a wheelchair around the road. The route they walked was the one they used to walk. The line, "I don’t want to say it in my mouth, I’m sure I can’t think of it, and the wheelchair is a companion.”