Editors: sleepchaser, con
Actually, ‘Kacha’ wasn’t the only wedding gift God had given us. We also received money, or more specifically, PT. It couldn’t compare to Sig’s “allowance,” but it was still a 100,000 PT.
Sig was God’s important “son” after all.
“Who would have thought that those two were father and son…” I mumbled.
It was natural that God would act extremely different depending on whether he was around Sig or me. Since Sig was his son, it couldn’t be helped.
After dinner I took my seat in the living room like usual, opened my notebook, and sighed. It was the tenth day since I started recording my income. I was persistent in doing it while Sig was bathing.
“I see. It’s only been ten days, huh?”
I felt like it had been a lot longer. So much had happened, one thing after another, that I lost track of time.
Especially after Sig woke up.
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Thanks to that, my funds saw a dramatic increase over the past two days. By acquiring the new “Purse Strings” skill, I earned more PT than before. By the way, it seemed like Sig’s earnings took a day to transfer to my account, as per the rules of the Miniature Garden app.
I was shocked at how expensive the bridge was, but I had decided what I should do. In order to raise the level of this Miniature Garden to level four, I needed to keep gardening and cooking. Not to mention, maintaining the house and fields.
And of course, taking care of Sig.
I flipped to the previous page in my notebook and looked at yesterday’s income.
Horticulture – [Harvest Rank C: 60*10 = 600 PT | Beans]
Environment – [Bonus: 5400 PT | Outside (Fence)]
Cooking – [Cooking Rank C: 200*4 = 800 PT | Vegetables, bread, drinks, potatoes]
Care – [Tender Care Rank B: 6000*1 = 6000 PT]
[Share a Bed Rank B: 4000*5 = 20000 PT]
[Harmonious Act: 500*4 = 2000 PT]
Even if there were calculation errors here and there, the reward distribution was pretty much the same every day.
No matter how I looked at it, the “Care” category was a very important source of income. Even if we ignored the “Tender Care” section, I had already earned 20,000 PT from “Share a Bed” alone.
Other than that, there were many simple things I could do that were considered “Care,” such as “Gift,” which would pop up whenever I gave Sig a present. Or “Harmonious Act,” which I received by collaborating with Sig to do tasks.
The things I needed to do were plain and simple overall, the “Harmonious Act” tasks in particular. I’d receive 500 PT just from sharing a meal with him. Sig was the type of person who would be pleased with these everyday things, huh?
I wanted to do a lot more for him. Not just for the money, but to make him happy. I had been thinking about that since yesterday.
After all, I couldn’t grant Sig’s “most cherished wish.”
“Once my wife finishes making a proper nest, it shouldn’t take long for us to have good news, Father.”
“I want three.”
Sig wanted children.
I was shocked that he thought that my behavior was nest-building. But what I was even more shocked about was the fact he had believed our conversation under the tree was actually a baby-making discussion! Just remembering it had my cheeks burning red with embarrassment.
I’m sorry for saying those misleading things, Sig. Where I grew up, having a child wasn’t associated with a “bridge.” Rather, for us it was a “stork that brought the baby home.”
Sig hadn’t talked about the bridge since then either, so I was sure he’d already figured it out…
Why did he think that the two of us could “make” children?
Regardless of whether I was his wife, I was also a man. I couldn’t even give birth to one kid, let alone three.
That was the reality.
Ancient Tortoise (Living Creature Rank S+): An ancient creature called “God’s Pedestal.” It is docile, with its life expectancy unknown. Its shell is the raw material used to make painkillers and sleeping pills.