Good Morning,ElsaElsa woke up with a numbness spreading throughout her arm. She blinked a few times, confused at where she was. She felt the cold, powdery snow on her back and then her eyes came to rest on the source of her numb arm. The top half of Anna’s entire body was laying on her arm, snoring loudly with messy hair. The adorableness of it made Elsa let out a soft giggle. She looked around and noticed that they were in the ballroom with a bunch of crudely built snowman around them. That’s right. Anna comforted me from my nightmare last night and then we came and built snowmen together, Elsa remembered. But gosh is my arm killing me. She gently pushed Anna over a little, her younger sister moaning in protest as she clutched her older sibling’s arm and clung onto it for dear life. “Anna, you’re squashing me…”, Elsa said gently. Anna only tightened her grip digging her nails into Elsa arm. “Ouch! Anna, pleasMore Like This
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