The Happy Farm of the Fallen Noble Daughter ~A Slow Remote Wasteland Life Exploration with My Dearest~ – Chapter 55

Chapter 55: Burning Business Spirit

On a rare sunny day, Daniel confronted Laura in the backyard of the inn.

〝Well, if that’s how it is, It can’t be help. . .〟

After hearing about George from Laura, Daniel had made up his mind to part ways with her without clinging to her unexpectedly.

〝To be honest, when George ran away from the inn, I thought I had lost. The moment I couldn’t come up with the idea of going to help you, I realized I wasn’t the one.〟

Laura remained seated, bowing her head in fear.

“. . .I’m sorry.”

“Don’t apologize. It only makes me more miserable.”

Taking advantage of Laura’s inability to hear, Daniel muttered those words and then wrote only, 

〝Wishing you happiness.〟

Laura nodded and abruptly stood up, shaking off the chair.

After seeing the figure of the black-haired beauty grow distant,

“. . .Diana.”

Daniel murmured.

As if exchanging places with Laura, Diana came over here.

Daniel snorted and narrowed his eyes.

“Hmph. Eavesdropping, huh? Quite an interesting hobby you have.”

“Um, well. . .”

“. . .What is it?”

“It’s about the future product development.”

Daniel sighed as if deflating.

“You know, let me savor the afterglow a little bit.”

“I would like to have the pruned roses, but how much would they cost?”

“. . .It seems you’ve already lost your dignity as a young lady, haven’t you?”

“Fufufu. Well, Daniel, even if we indulge in sentimentality, it won’t bring in any profit, will it?”

Daniel chuckled.

“. . .It’s nostalgic. When I was in the urban area of Latgip, everyone used to say things like that as a password.”

“Yes, my Otou-sama used to say, ‘Never let your mind stray from business even for a moment,’ like a spell.”

“Aurel-sama. It’s nostalgic. . .”

“I’m also in a hurry because I can finally build a house soon.”

“Oh, really? That’s the situation. . .”

Daniel smiled and leaned back on the chair.

“A house, huh. . .What kind are you planning to build?”

“I discussed it with Leon, and we’re thinking of a two-story house.”

“Just an average house that’s similarly built around here?”

“Yes. There might be 〝more〟 people in the future.”

“Sounds nice.”

“Fufufu. Did you go crazy from the shock of heartbreak?”

“No, it’s my genuine opinion. There’s nothing happier than being infatuated with love. I’ve decided to look for a new love as well.”

Daniel said, hiding his sentimentality, and smoothed down his bangs.

Although they had escaped flooding here, Pabst village was mostly submerged. Therefore, for a while, he would have to face George and Laura at this inn.

Diana currently sympathized with Daniel a little. Diana had experienced consecutive failed matchmaking proposals from Laura and then George, and she felt as if she had been abandoned by God with such misfortune.

However, finding a partner in this village was practically impossible.

There were hardly any young women left in this village.

The only chance was the rose garden, but all the noblewomen who came here were already someone’s wives. Diana placed her hand on her chest and made a suggestion.

“If you’d like, I can help you find a bride, Daniel.”

“I see. You’re sympathizing with me.”

“Yes!”

“You’re too honest. . .”

“By the way, about the roses. . .”

“〝Sigh〟, you can take the pruned ones as you like. It saves us the trouble of throwing them away.”

“Thank you!”

Daniel watched Diana as she left and smirked.

“. . .I couldn’t make you my lifelong partner, but it seems I could make you my business partner.”

The dissatisfaction and impatience that came from falling from a young lady to a farmer.

If he tickled that, it would surely ignite the smoldering business spirit even more.

“Candy made from flowers, edible flower risotto, wildflower tincture with rose syrup. . .”

Daniel counted on his fingers.

“It’s such a waste. If I could sell them all in one place, I could open a shop with such a unique lineup.”

When Diana returned to the inn, Laura was waiting for her, pressing her finger to her lips, signaling to be quiet.

The two of them secretly peeked into the dining room.

There, Gustav and George were facing each other, having a discussion.

“If you’re willing, I’ll teach you how to read to a certain extent.”

It seemed that George had finally made up his mind to face the written word.

“I could call a teacher to teach you, but unfortunately, due to this turmoil, we have no means of communication. Until then, I will try to teach you by imitating what I’ve seen at the boarding school. Don’t worry, I know how to do it.”

Upon hearing that, George slowly lowered his head.

“. . .I’m counting on you.”

“You’ll work hard to catch up from now on. I’ll do my best too.”

Diana and Laura exchanged glances and nodded in agreement.

A week later, on a sunny summer day when everything seemed to be going smoothly, Diana heard from her sister that the young noble ladies would once again come to stay at the inn in Lipps village, as the water in the river had receded. Diana returned to the inn.

While Leon was called for tree pruning and Diana was in the backyard, she noticed the commotion and turned her feet towards the entrance.

When Diana was found at the entrance, one of the ladies said:

“Um. . .I apologize for not coming the other day.”

The other ladies started whispering and having a secret conversation behind her.

“What’s the matter?”

Diana called out to her, and she cautiously approached.

A young lady with golden hair, emerald eyes, and translucent skin, exuding an otherworldly aura.

“I heard rumors. . .”

She whispered with a troubled expression.

“Could you. . .lend us the cottage where you live. . .?”

Diana looked at her with a puzzled expression.

The lady’s face turned pale, even bluer, as she covered it with her hands.


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