Anna’s response was to give throw herself over her sister in a hug, wrapping her arms over Elsa’s shoulders. “Thank you,” she whispered for the third time, not caring if she was repeating herself, feeling so, so grateful.
It was so strange how so many huge decisions were being made in this small room, how her fate was being mapped out, and her chances were being measured. It was such a mixed bag.
Meanwhile, Kai was being incredibly patient, knowing that something like this couldn’t be rushed. Not with so many emotions at play.
Elsa’s own arms raised up under Anna’s to grip her sister’s shoulders. “Anything for you, little sister,” she murmured into her sister’s neck. She’d give her the whole of Arendelle if it would make Anna happy. But Elsa knew that it wouldn’t. That wasn’t her sister.
Sucking in some air into her lungs, Elsa sat back, keeping her hands on Anna’s shoulders. “If we’re hoping to get to the market today, we’ll need to get on with this. If you’re ready?”