10. Into the Village
Into the Village
After my huge realization, I went to my wardrobe and wore a dress that wouldn't attract much attention. I left my hair down, flowy and wavy. I then asked the guard to open the gate. They hadn't been open because it was too early in the morning. The thing with Arendalle is no matter the weather, the time, the events going on, Arendalle always seems to be alive. Children play with Olaf and Sven. The people are trading, socializing, and just enjoying life.
As I walk through the doorway, the sky is blue, but to me the sky is gray. The sky has no clouds, but to me there is clouds everywhere you look. All the townspeople are wearing bright colors, but to me they are wearing blacks and greys.
Why do I feel this way? Why am I obsessed with a monster. Why am I obsessed with someone who almost killed me? Why? That's the only word that's been going through my head. I think I might need to apologize to Anna. She had never seen me like that. I've never seen myself like that! What was I thinking.
I go to the bakery to get some chocolate for her. And then, I see him. He has firey red hair, and peculiar gray eyes. I've never seen him here before, behind the counter. I come her very often.
Where's Elsa? She's been gone for almost three hours. Was I too harsh on her? She can get pretty sensitve, and she had just woken up. I think I'll get some chocolate for her. I need to go back into my bedroom to tell Kristoff where I'm going. I put on a periwinkle, tight dress and notice that the gates were left open, Elsa must be in the village. Maybe I'll bump into her.I get into the bakery and see Elsa... with a man. He has red hair. Oh God. Is it Hans?
"Elsa. Who is this?"
"Anna, meet Michael. Michael, meet Anna."