Anna had been in a good mood that morning. The sky was clear, the castle warm in the sunlight. It was a perfect morning. Except Elsa hadn’t woken up. Unusual, but Anna couldn’t blame her. Her days had been long and busy lately.
Which is why Anna decided to treat her elder sister with a good breakfast in bed! She had a tray in her hands, filled with delicious smørrebrød and a nice cup of egg coffee. It was shaking a bit while she walked, but Anna was determined to not let a drop of coffee spill or a crum of rye bread fall.
Though it took a bit of effort and awkward positioning, Anna managed to open Elsa’s door without any disaster occuring. “Elsa,” she said, “You awake? I got you some breakfast.”
The smell of fresh food drifted to the queen’s nostrils. Normally, it would have enticed her to wake up, but now it simply made her feel nauseous. With a groan she pulled the sheet over her head.
It took her a moment to realise it was Anna who had brought her the food. Lifting the sheet slightly, she peeked out at her, one eye open. No doubt she looked a mess - if her appearance was as bad as she felt. Letting her arm flop against the pillow, her face was covered once more. She felt a little smothered beneath the sheets and blankets, but it was better than that bright sunlight.
"Thanks," she mumbled, her voice muffled under the fabric. "But I’m not hungry."