The Happy Farm of the Fallen Noble Daughter ~A Slow Remote Wasteland Life Exploration with My Dearest~ – Chapter 61

Chapter 61: Store’s Plan

Diana made up her mind.

Instead of just selling things, she would sell experiences.

The reason Ilsa and Gustav’s relationship improved through farming was because they shared the same experiences.

Let’s open a salon where people can not only buy things but also experience something together.

We can make cheese together…

Create bouquets…

Cook dishes with those edible flowers…

Then, even those nobles will surely find solace.

In this chaotic world, where their hearts are weary and they have always been at the mercy of others, let’s create a place of respite for them.

And so…

One week later, Diana was facing the blueprint of her house.

Today, adding the proceeds from selling rose syrup, she had exactly ten gold coins.

Leon stacked the small change on the dining table and smiled contentedly.

“Ah, it went by so quickly. Diana-ojousama is amazing, as expected.”

“Oh, stop teasing me…”

“And to top it off, you brought the blueprint and estimate while I was in the mountains. Aren’t you too quick to act?”

“But I couldn’t just sit still!”

Diana held the blueprint to her chest and closed her eyes in a trance.

“Ah, it’s wonderful that there’s nothing but new possibilities.”

“That’s right. By the way…”

“What is it?”

“What will we do with this cabin once we build the combined store and residence?”

Diana looked around.

“Well, Onee-sama wanted it…”

“That’s right.”

“Before giving it to her, let’s lend it to Sophia-sama once.”

Leon nodded.

“Have you talked to Sofia-sama since then?”

Diana looked down.

“She hasn’t been to the inn recently.”

“Could it be that she’s pregnant?”

“Even though they’re not on good terms?”

“Even if they’re not on good terms, they can still do it.”

Diana rested her cheek on her hand.

“…I wonder what kind of person Duke McGallen is. Sofia-sama doesn’t want to talk about him, it’s a mystery.”

“He’s probably a cheating bastard, right? Definitely someone like Daniel, a flashy guy.”

Leon concluded on his own and casually took the plans from Diana.


“Oh, I see. A kitchen on the first floor… Huh? It’s quite a big kitchen.”

“I wanted a space where everyone can make things together.”

“Are you planning to start a cooking class?”

“Yes. I think the children of the nobles are hungry for this kind of thing.”

“Hmm, I can’t understand it… But it’s something that will bring comfort.”

“Yes. And I also plan to rent out the kitchen during my free time to earn some money.”

“Like Aurel-sama! You really resemble him… Blood is scary…”

“Fufufu. What are you saying? It’s not all for Leon.”


The two gently leaned against each other as usual and kissed.

And then…

Knock, knock.

There was a knocking sound on the cottage, and Leon went to open the door.


“Ah, it’s been a while, both of you. Since the wedding, right?”

Hans stood there with a booklet, smiling brightly.

“Hans, it’s rare for you to come to a place like this. Is something wrong?”

“What do you mean? I just heard from the carpenter a while ago. You two are building a new house!”

Diana and Leon exchanged glances.

Indeed, it’s the countryside. The information spreads too quickly.

“So, it must be a bit tough for you. If it’s alright, I can get you new curtains and bed sheets as a housewarming gift. If you need any other fabric items, just let me know, I can make anything.”

Saying that, Hans pushed up his glasses. Diana’s cheeks lit up.

“Thank you so much!”

“No problem. It’s also part of my atonement.”

Leon told his second brother with a complicated expression.



“It’s fine now, that kind of thing.”

Hans was taken aback.

“We used to have a lot of unresolved issues, but those feelings disappeared after Diana came. I no longer hold negative emotions towards my brothers.”

Hans slowly, uncontrollably, smiled.

“…I see.”


“She’s a good bride.”

“That’s right.”

Hans placed the booklet on the dining table and looked around the interior of the cottage.

“The bed needs to be replaced too, right? That bed is too small.”

“That’s right.”

“In that case, I’ll also get new bedding.”

“That’s right.”

“This is worth making. Oh, speaking of which, that booklet.”

Diana sat at the dining table and opened the booklet.

“It’s a fabric sample. It has written what to make with each fabric.”


“Diana, it’s good to look at it while imagining what to make with each fabric.”

Diana flipped through the booklet. From silk to lace, linen, various colors and materials overflowed, never getting tired of looking at them.

Diana’s eyes caught the notes attached to the fabrics.

Names of people and how many lengths of fabric were scribbled.

There, she found the name “Duke McGallen” and Diana’s eyes stopped.

“Duke McGallen…”

Hans didn’t miss those words and said.

“Oh, that person has been visiting the store frequently with Oku-sama lately.”

“Oku-sama… Sofia-sama?”

“Oh? You know her well. Yes, it’s the beautiful Oku-sama with blonde hair and green eyes.”

Diana felt relieved. She hadn’t seen her at the inn recently because she had been busy getting new dresses tailored with her husband. Somehow, things were going well.


“But, you know, Oku-sama is pitiful.”

Suddenly, Hans said with a sad smile.


“Yeah, that’s right. She’s so beautiful, yet she’s forced to marry such an old man with such an age difference.”

Diana asked cautiously.

“…What kind of person is Duke McGallen?”

Hans looked surprised and answered.

“What kind… He’s an old man who is more than just a generation older, maybe even as old as a grandparent.”

Diana and Leon exchanged glances.

Reality can be quite harsh.

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