Tessa smiled. "You don't have to do that because I'm not at home now. Didn't I say I was going to move? I'm looking at houses outside now. Sigh, it's really difficult to find a house now. I don't think I can go back at noon, so I'm just going to eat something here. You don't have to come all the way back as well."
Her words were impeccable, so Timothy didn't doubt it, and he even felt more distressed for her. "Well, don't work yourself too hard—there's no hurry to find a house."
Tessa nodded. "I know. I heard your class bell ring. Go back to class, you."
After hanging up the phone, Tessa wiped the tears from the corners of her eyes and let out a deep breath—she felt that it was definitely not that easy to lie.
If she talked for a little while longer, she would have definitely been found out.
However, she didn't exactly lie that much. For things like moving, it was always better to rip the bandaid off and move fast rather than drag the matter on.