Gondolkanalen 74 year 88, 89-92, Thursday - Monday
Malcolm Markövertag, 49, Fortune
Malva Markövertag, 49, Fortune
Siv Markövertag, 18, Family
Helena Markövertag, 14
On her last day home, Siv invites Lars-Erik over for some fun times in the hottub. Glitchiness follows:
And it ends with a real premier woohoo.
Siv collects her few scolarships, in art and dance (What happened to your grades, Siv?)
She says goodbye to her mother and is off.
With one daughter now in college, Malva has time to start drinking again. She did that a lot when she first came here.
The other daughter, Helena, has the hots for Jesper Burlin. Last time they met, she got her first kiss from him. Today she’s nooging him instead.
It’s temporary, though. They soon get in the hottub together.
And Helena isn't outdone by her sister.
Malva is struggling with her career, and just got promoted to Courier
Malcolm is as we know, part of one of the oldest families in Mattsmyra. He’s got no living relatives. He keeps up the tradition to marry women with a first name starting with "M".
Malva is from one of the biggest families. She’s got five brothers and sisters who are all married. However, their children are adult now, and therefor excluded from the family Sundays.
Therefor it’s only the elderly couples showing up for family Sunday. Only Rut Mattsson is a bit younger.
And Siv of course, helping the gardener out with the bushes.
Food and drinks are served.
It’s a bit too much for aunt Barbro. She’s getting old and cannot keep up the pace.
That night, Malva gets another promotion, to bookmaker
And at the same time (bad timing), Helena tries to sneak out with Jesper. It’s not appreciated!
Malva: ”This behaviour is NOT acceptable, Helena!”
”Go to bed, Helena! How could you betray my trust like this?!”
Then next day – elder Malva comes home from her bookie job
Malcolm has the same age and grows up a little later into some very modern looking threads.
By then it’s time for Helena to claims her scolarships for grades, communication, art and dance. She succeeded better than her sister.
”Bye, Mamma! Say bye to Pappa too when he gets home from work. I’m off now!”