Brynn always tries to squeeze the most out of life by drinking and socializing at the local inn. She loves to have a good time, but turns serious and professional when it comes to her role as the town's mixology expert. Brynn is quick and clever and regularly encourages her neighbors to lighten up and enjoy the simple joys of life in Sugar Blossom.
Orion wants to know if Brynn's been able to mix that order of rum he asked for. She did; she didn't have a problem finding the ingredients around town. Orion's relieved and thanks her for being a responsible worker. Brynn is a little embarrassed but says that while she was able to mix the full order, she doesn't have all of it anymore. Maybe half. Orion wants to know what happened to the rest of it. Brynn and Hailey haven't been able to hang out much lately so they made some time the other night and they drank all of that rum. Brynn hopes he's not mad. Orion smiles and says he's more impressed than anything. That must've been quite a party. But he supposes since he's the only parental figure she's got here, he ought to act at least a little mad. Brynn laughs and says that must mean she's suppose to apologize and promise never to do it again. Orion's glad they're a functional family after all and wants to celebrate with a glass of wine.
Brynn wants to know why haven't Amber and Cole gotten married yet. Amber says she teases Cole about marriage but the truth is that marriage is not important to either of them. They are already devoted to each other and it is enough. Amber believes marriage would be nice someday though. Brynn thinks that Amber and Cole are adorable and wants them to stay together forever. Amber replies saying that Cole is the only person whom she wants to fall asleep next to forever.
You can find a letter from Brynn to Anna in the 2nd floor of Sunflower Farm. There may be a ribbon requirement to read the letter.
I'm not an amazing writer like you, so I have hard time finding the right words to say in situations like this... but here goes.
I'm really sorry for how I acted the other night. I know you don't drink liquor and I shouldn't have pressured you. I don't think you're uptight at all... and calling you that was just my dumb, insecure self being jealous that you're always so put together. It was childish and I truly am sorry.
I hope you know how much love and respect I have for you, girl. Still friends?