link: https://www.novelupdates.com/series/the-resplendent-farming-apothecary/ C3: “Mrs. Gu, you have gone too far with the incident today! Okay, you are all a family, there will be no grudges." So, try to murder a child in your care and you'll be lightly scolded. Oo, better not do that again. What a fearsome patriarch. C4: "On a good day, he would be able to catch a pheasant or a rabbit and he’d send it over to Dr. Wu and have him checked out his sister. Dr. Wu told him that she was so much ill rather than being starved and overworked. All she need was nourishment." If its the same answer every time, then stop giving the food to the doctor and start giving it to your sister you idiot. And doctor, stop taking the damn food when you already know what the problem is, have already told them what the problem is, and know that taking the food is just speeding the little girl on her way to death :/ C5: "All you need to do is to make sure she doesn’t die from starvation.” What a loving father. If they're really that poor, then I'm surprised they didn't try to off one of their kids before now. C7: "She must admit that she had very strong desire to poison her so she could never speak again." So why haven't you? "In her pass life, she could burn the kitchen down trying to make porridge!" She was an alchemist in her past life. There's no way an alchemist would be bad at cooking. Not unless she flatout didn't care about it in the slightest and didn't try at all. Maybe not even then. C10: She should have just given the entire hare to Ninth Aunt, then gone to her house to eat dinner with her brother. No reason to let the rest of her "family" eat well when they starved her to death. C11: Its strange in one of these stories for the wicked stepmother to be suffering almost as much as the MC. Its hard to even hate her since her actions are actually quite practical under the circumstances in her culture. She's still a terrible person mind you. Just not as terrible as you'd expect. C12: So, its not so much that her dad hates her or wants her dead as it is that he just doesn't care if she dies. C13: I'm really not clear on why she hasn't killed her parents yet. It feels like she wouldn't have any trouble finding a new family to take care of her and her brother, and the new family couldn't be worse than the current one. C14: Why are the fish so easy to catch? Wouldn't the village have wiped them out already if they were that easy? C16: And the ML appears. I wonder if his transmigration experience was as bad as hers. C17: I wonder if he'll hide his identity from her. C18: It feels wrong for the ML to be making moves on someone who looks like she's eight years old, regardless of her soul's actual age. C19: Yin Mei must think he's a pedo... C23: "He didn’t know whether the red lotus dimension transmigrated with her." Why does he think of it as the "red lotus dimension"? Wasn't the red lotus added after her transmigration? C25: I get this feeling that he might try to take over the country so that he can make her the empress... C30: "Ling Juechen had no concern whatsoever about why the pigeon was there in the first place." lol. He's suddenly become such a terrible general C31: So, not a person who learns from her mistakes then. C33: He does understand that the only way to be a successful merchant is to sell things for more than he bought them for, right? I hope for his sake that he's lying about the prices. C34: "There was some hesitation in his voice." I wonder why he'd hesitate. Honestly, if this was an option, I'm surprised they hadn't already done it. C35: Why are they even bothering to try to convince her? Just tell her she's coming along to help carry the bags or something. That would at least be slightly more believable. Or, they could say that they're going to ditch her and her brother with her mother's relatives who recently contacted them for the first time. The two would probably be utterly ecstatic about that. C36: Ah, so the MC is a duchess and her "mother" kidnapped her when she left her job as a maid. I wonder why? Was she trying to ransom the kid back when she died? Does the father know? Is that why he keeps blaming the mother for his current life? I wonder if her brother is actually her brother. C37: Ah, so she didn't kidnap the MC. I wonder why they didn't send a guard or two with her. A woman alone with a child would not be safe in that era, especially if she also had money. This chapter is super short. So, if she's going to become a high ranking noble's pampered daughter, then how is she supposed to become a farmer? That aside, I'm sensing a reverse harem here. We have the transmigrated ML, the probably not blood related brother, and this genius apothecary guy. Plus, I'm sure there'll be lots more once she's a noble again.