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In episode #3, Thomas interviews a woman-Chris Carbone-as a prospective tenant for the spare apartment, but he is intimidated because she is attractive. However, Natalie and April fall in love with Chris’s dog, Trixie.
In the next Sheila Story, Sheila expands her operation by purchasing a dairy farm that needs a lot of work.
In episode #2, Natalie and April beg their father to allow them to have a dog like the one in the first Sheila story, but Thomas is reluctant because of the cost.
In the second story, Sheila struggles to ride a pony and realizes she needs the help of Tom and his family to survive as a farmer.
In episode #1, Thomas, a widower, seeks to create a strong female role model for his daughters Natalie and April by telling the Sheila Stories.
In the first story, Sheila Wright—at the age of eighteen—travels from her home in Sydney to Toowoomba, Queensland, with the intention of buying a sheep farm.