This year, I've been taking good care of my farm, so my vegetables are growing pretty good.
The other day, I went to see my vegetable, and I found eggplants were growing well and ready to harvest.
"Let me harvest them tomorrow!"
And the next day I went to harvest them with a happy mood.
My cutie eggplants aren't there.
What's going on!?
Did my wife harvest first? No, it can't be.
Because I just said to her"I'm gonna harvest eggplants." And she said "Sounds good. Thanks!".
Then I came to the farm.
We just had a conversation like that.
Is she kidding me!?
" Actually, I harvested them already. haha"
No, she is not such a kind of person.
I looked around after I made such a foolish guess for a moment.
My Sweet potato leaves have got eaten...
There is no Mr. potato next door.
And it's clearly being dug up by someone.
And I checked other vegetables,
Tomatoes, zucchini, cucumber, corn, cabbage...
It seems that small animals ate vegetables on our farm.
It's too sad.
Perhaps the culprit is a badger or a raccoon dog or something...
Perhaps the best solution would be to upgrade an animal net to save veggies, but it would cost a lot of money.
I couldn't do anything about it, so I peed there to show my existence.
Well, from a wild animal perspective, They just eat vegetables because there were vegetables there. Why not!
Like a mountain climber, Why do you climb?
"Because it's there."
The concept of human ownership is not something that animals know.
I felt desperate for a while, but when I think from the animal perspective, I calmed down a little.
On the positive side, there are still some vegetables that have not been eaten yet.
Well, I should buy an animal net or fix the net.