“”This Is good, but bad at the same time.” Elsa thought to herself. “A Sleepover with Anna for 2 days, but I don’t really want a birthday party, The Noltholdrans and the spirits are all I need.” Honey-Maren saw Elsa looking a little worried and she was wearing her Mother’s scarf(she wore the scarf when she was worried about something) so slowly walked over to her. “Hey, Elsa, what’s up?” Honey-Maren said. “Oh, nothing.” Elsa told her.”Just thinking about stuff.” Honey-Maren didn’t seem convinced so said, “What stuff?” With a hint of worry in her voice. “Ok, if I tell you this, do you promise not to tell anyone?” Elsa whispered. “Sure.” Honey-Maren soothed. “So, you know the my birthday party, right?” I don’t actual-” Elsa started, being interrupted by Yelana. “Right, everyone.” She announced. “Elsa. You can go back.”she said kindly. “It’s Elsa’s birthday in two days, so we need to set up while she’s gone for her 2 day sleepover with Anna. Got that, everyone? Especially you, Archlikel.” “Sure.” Said Archlikel kindly. “Everyone, I’m going to Arendelle now. Be good, and I’m taking the spirits with me.”She announced, flicking her hair. Archlikel blushed uncontrollably. Elsa was ninety nine percent sure Archlikel liked her, but not completely. When Elsa left, Honey-Maren asked Archlikel, “Do you like Elsa?” “No. Well, yes, but not in the way you’re thinking of.” Archlikel replied. When Elsa got to the castle, Anna was staring out the window. When she finally got there, the maid let Elsa in and Anna ran to the door. Even though she wasn’t their queen, the guards greeted Elsa with great awe. “Elsa!” She cried in delight. “I’m so happy you could make it!” They ran up to the castle bedroom, where two beds stood on the pink carpet. There were dawn-tinted pink walls, and purple shutters over the window. Elsa laid her sky blue bag on her bed. Her bed had a wooden bed frame with 2 purple pillows, a patterned purple duvet and a violet bedspread, all laid neatly on a spring cloud white bed sheet. “Elsa, what’s up?” Anna asked. “You seem like you don’t remember this place!” Elsa stayed quiet, until Anna looked at her weirdly. “Ok. You know how It’s my b-birthday in 2 days?” Elsa stammered.
“Yeah?” Anna replied. “I don’t want a birthday party.” Elsa said, realising Anna looked shocked. “You don’t want a birthday party?” Anna said soothingly. “That’s fine, if you don’t want one.” The sisters rushed downstairs because dinner was being served. They stayed downstairs for a while and then They ran upstairs with food to eat when everyone was asleep. A few hours later, there came a knock at the door. “Elsa, I think it’s for you.” The maid shouted. “Be back in a minute, Anna.” Elsa said, hugging her sister. She rushed downstairs. “One parcel for… Princess Elsa Oldenburg.” Joey, the delivery person said, blushing and handing it over. “Umm… Want my number?” She said, blushing a little. “Sure.” Joey giggled, transferring his number to Elsa’s phone. Elsa rushed upstairs. She sat on her bed, ripping open the parcel. Anna looked over her shoulder. “It’s here!” Elsa exclaimed. “What’s here? Anna questioned. “Only my book of spells for experts!” Elsa blurted out. She opened the book. The first spell was just a few finger movements, crossing one leg over the other and chanting the rhyme, OVER THE LEG! GIVE ME AN EGG! And she found she could make them come singly or in a shower, and you could make them disappear with a snap of your fingers and saying the rhyme backwards. !gge na em evig! gel eht revo. A few minutes later, she put the book in her bag and lay on her bed. It felt softer than usual. The pillow felt like a cloud and the cold sheets lay beneath her sore, scratched legs. “Wow, sis! What happened to your legs?” Anna said. “Forest pathway was blocked so I had to go through the forest of Nyx.” Elsa said, rubbing her sore legs.”That must of hurt.” Anna said. “I know.” Elsa said, changing the subject, The smile on her face fading away.”I tried to tell the Noltholdrans I didn’t want a birthday party, but they didn’t listen. “You’re their Queen! they should listen to you.” Anna shouted, going out to answer her phone call, who was apparently Kristoff, who was stuck on a cliff with Sven the reindeer. “Elsa, we need to go now!” Anna said. “Kristoff and Sven are stuck on the edge of the 14,524,563,234,100,234,129,000 metre high cliff!” Elsa and Anna returned with a new person in Arendelle. Elsa and Anna had a chat with the new Arendellian. “Bye!” Anna and Elsa said. “Shall we start our sleepover now Kristoff and Sven are off that cliff?” Elsa agreed that they should start it, so they went downstairs, said goodnight to the maids and cooks, went back upstairs and started the sleepover.
“What do you want to do?” Anna asked. “Not sure…” Elsa replied. “Shall we get Olaf and see what he wants to do?” Anna asked. Elsa said that they should, so they did. Olaf thought that they should play charades, so they did. “So, now what shall we do?” Elsa asked. “Ooh!” Anna said. “Do you want to build a snowman?” Anna asked. “Anna, I think we are a little bit old to build Olaf a buddy…” Elsa answered, “Do you know what might happen if we do….” “Yeah, we’d rather not do it, now I think about it all the way through.” Anna said, sitting down on her bed. “Want to start gossiping now, Elsa? Elsa agreed, so they started to. “I think that Archlikel likes me.” Elsa said, “I’m ninety nine percent sure he does.” “Wow, not being offensive or anything, but you too don’t make a good couple, and as I said, no offence, and I mean it.” Anna blurted out for the whole world to hear. “Anna quiet down!” Elsa snapped. “We don’t want everyone to hear us gossiping, do they?” “N-No, Elsa.” Anna stammered. “Oh, what did I do?” Elsa soothed. “I’m so sorry, Anna…” “Apology accepted.” Anna said. “Ok, let’s continue gossiping.” Approximately six or seven hours later, the sound of heavy breathing filled the room, blocking out the sound of the whirring from the light. “Aww.” Claire, the maid said, silently turning out the light and walking out, closing the door behind her. Elsa awoke, realising how long she had been asleep for. “Anna, are you awake?” Elsa whispered. “Yes.” Anna quietly replied. “Sorry to wake you…” “No, you didn’t wake me, so there’s nothing to be ashamed of.” Elsa soothed. “I’m here until tomorrow, so we can do whatever you want to do.”
“Elsa, you’re our guest, so you get to decide what we do.” Anna said. “Anna,do you want to-” Elsa said, being interrupted by Anna. “Yeah, I want to build a snowman!” “Anna, I was going to ask if you want to go for a walk, and can you stop with the ‘building a girlfriend for Olaf thing?’ Elsa said. “Sure.” Anna said, “And I’m sorry…” A smile spread across Anna’s face. “So…” Anna giggled. “Do you love that J-” “No, before you ask.” Elsa interrupted. “Okay?” Anna said, not convinced she was telling the truth. The next morning, Claire came in, seeing Elsa packing her bag. “Leaving so soon?” Claire asked. “No, I’m just packing it now, so I can have more time with Anna.” Elsa answered. “Sure.” Claire said. “I guess you miss Anna from time to time, don’t you?” “Yeah…” Elsa answered again. “But the castle was not where i was meant to be, but the forest is.” Claire gave a nod and left the room, holding the door open for Anna. “So, Elsa what time are you leaving?Anna asked. Because i don’t want you to go back and happy birthday!” “Probably about 12:00 Am, Anna, i know you don’t want me to go, but this has to end someday, and thanks.” Elsa replied. A few hours later, Elsa was at the door with Anna. “I don’t want this to end, but as you said, this has to…” Anna sniffed, then burst into tears. “Hey, Anna, don’t cry.” Elsa soothed, shedding a tear. “I will be back soon, I promise.” “O-Okay.” Anna stammered. Elsa left the castle with Anna because she was so upset, but really it was that she didn’t want to leave her sister either. “here we are, then.” Elsa said. “HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ELSA! all The Noltholdra shouted. “Thanks, I guess?” Elsa said strangely. “What do you mean, you guess?” Yelana said, strolling casually up to her. “Well, I didn’t actually want a birthday party…” Elsa finally told her. “Well, why didn’t you say?” Yelena said. “I Tried to, but you just didn’t listen!” Elsa cried, rushing to her tent. “You never listen and probably never will!” “Wait!” Archlikel cried, Her eyes meeting his. “Elsa, look at me, we’d never do anything like that to you, okay?” “O-Okay.” Elsa stammered, wiping tears from her eyes and walking out. “I’m sorry, Elsa, i got so into this ‘Fifth Nature spirit’s birthday thing,’ i didn’t think about you…” Yelena apologised. “I accept your apology, but please don’t do that again, okay?” Elsa said. They all gave an Apologetic nod, Anna went home Happily, And the rest day was filled with things they all liked.