Annabelle (or just "Anna") works at the local farm, watering and arranging all sorts of crops and flowers. She is reserved, polite, and introverted — someone who tends to prefer quiet evenings over noisy, active nights. Annabelle enjoys both reading and writing, and loves the peaceful, poetic nature of Sugar Blossom.
Violet thanked Anna for watching Bloom the other day. Anna says that Bloom doesn't need someone holding his hand because he's not a little kid anymore and she thinks that Bloom is more responsible than Violet. Violet agrees with Anna and asked when did she becomes so wise. Anna says that it's because Violet is her role model. Violet thinks that Anna just want something from her by saying that. Anna then replies that she needs a couple days off next week.
Days: Any day
Time: 6 AM - 10 PM
Location: Barley and Petal's House
Participants: Player - activated
Prerequisites: Anna's confession, 4th heart.
Going into Barley and Petal's House after the prerequisites are met, the player will see a letter on the table addressed to Petal from Annabelle. It contains Annabelle's advice on the heather plant, as well as a proposition to trade farming secrets with Petal throughout the summer.
Days: Thursday (possibly needs to be rainy)
Time: 9 AM - 11 AM
Location: Inside Sunflower Farm Shop
Participants: Anna, Violet
Prerequisites: Full, or at least six, hearts on Anna
Anna asks Violet a question about her father: "did her father ever want to move to Sugar Blossom after the divorce, in order to be closer to his kids?" Violet answers that because their father loves them, he's willing to let them go. Anna replies by saying, as she gets older, it's harder to think about leaving her family. Violet says that this is normal--they're stuck together after all ("they're" being Bloom, Violet, Anna, and the player). Anna says it's for the better, but Bloom could be a pain sometimes. Violet smiles and tells Anna that Bloom wouldn't be her little brother otherwise.