The Enthusiastic Garden Help


I can’t complain about the garden help’s enthusiasm. It seems to have no bounds. Happiness is infectious. If you’re trying to avoid catching it, keep happy dogs a long ways off. Their happiness is especially contagious.


“Anything else?” Takuma 拓真 and Ena 枝那 seem to ask. There is a long list of tasks for them to learn, things like: no digging up the potatoes, no chasing the chickens, bark and chase away the hawks, and on and on. After having them for nearly three weeks, I have no doubt they’ll master their work, and still keep us infected with happiness and laughter.


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One Response to The Enthusiastic Garden Help

  1. tom shory says:

    Thank you so much. I am familiar with these particular dogs and feel it is wonderful for them to have this chance

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