Slow but Steady
My review will be short. Grammatically and regarding your writing you need to revise and edit your work. Do it whenever you want, there's no rush, but there are various mistakes of punctuation, repeating words and the lot. It sometimes makes you lose your line of thought, or breaks the story's line.
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Regarding your style. It is simple, concise, and mostly narrative. Nothing wrong with that, and you actually write and structure your chapters efficiently, nicely and with enough breaks for the length to not be over bearing. HOWEVER, yes the sensation of scrolling and scrolling for... 10k words? It ultimately becomes.... tiring. Maybe you could find a way to segment your chapters in half; make hem more use friendly. Dont worry, your imagery wont be lost. That said...
Regarding plot. Your imagery and story telling is so warm and humane. You craft images and the scenery beautiful, simple words and sentences create such a vivid world. I felt myself there every single time. However, the story moves.... VERY slow. Now, there is always a line. There are slow works, those who narrate a lot, but even so, there are usually peaks and lows to take the story moving. Time wise, your story moves, the days pass, your characters live their lifes but... well, even for a "Slice of Life" work... there's isnt much happening. That doesn't mean things should change, just maybe shorten the length. It's a warm story, like reading someone else's life, but.... it can sometimes be dull. I repeat, simply reduce the narrative and keep the most crucial points, to make it feel as if he story is building up to... something.
Still, i give you 4 stars for the story is charming and a very good "Slice of Life". It is comforting and appealing, your author's voice is there and you have much from where to launch. You know what you're doing and i wish you luck on creating your own original work some day. It seems to be your next step of evolution, you've found your voice.