Cleo Lindberg is a chef, so the next community lot to be built on Sunnaholm was this small cafe/hang out. Gotta admit, I am a little bit in love with those new windows which came with Showtime, just wish there were more in that style.
As Daniel Rohde is an author, I built a small library on Sunnaholm. And by “small”, I mean tiny. I’ll probably have to add on a bathroom at some point, for now it’s just a single room. The bookshop rabbithole is also here for now. The building is inspired by this home by MactheKat.
Normally I suck at building community lots, but this school turned out exactly how I wanted it to. Granted, it’s just a shell for the rabbithole rug (plus a loo-block), but if anyone would be interested, I’ll upload it. I dunno how much demand there is for shells though.
Anyway, now the Sunnaholm kids have somewhere to go for learnins and noogies, and someone to impart said learnin’s: Mette Norén just got a job in the education career.
Daniel Rohde, Sunnaholm’s first resident. Daniel is an ex-journalist turned full-time author. Rohde isn’t interested in idyllic wilderness, he just wants to escape the distractions of Copenhagen. Daniel is a childish, inappropriate, artistic bookworm who doesn’t mind being alone. His cat Milly is all the company he needs.
Mette Norén and her daughter Saga are the next family to move to Sunnaholm. Saga is an intelligent, inquisitive kid, but her awkward mannerisms (and the fact there’s only one other kid on the island…) mean she’s often sat alone on the playground.
Also, bonus points to anyone who gets the kinda obscure naming pattern I’ve got going on in Sunnaholm at the moment.