A/N: So, I had this fic kind of ready on my computer. It was one of my first fics, but I never had the guts to post it. It's kind of silly, but... well, let me know if you like it.

Anna threw a pillow at her clock as soon as it started to ring. She groaned, burying her face on the crook of her elbow and pulling the covers up on her head. She knew she had to get up, but honestly? She didn't feel like showing up in class today. Or ever. First of all, it was freezing outside, and she was warmed up on her room. And second of all, she didn't feel like having Math class. At least not with the same old woman who insisted on showing up in class, addressing herself as their teacher. She was so old that she could be on an Asylum. Or a coffin.

"Come on, wake up." Her big sister sat on the edge of her bed, slowly pulling the covers and stroking Anna's red hair. "You have class today."

"Thanks for reminding me of that." She grumbled, making her sister giggle. "And you have work."

"I'm already up. Come on, Anna. It's your senior year, you should be enjoying it!" Anna muffed something and turned around, hiding her face on Elsa's stomach. "Fine. If you don't get out of bed this very instant, I'm literally freezing your whole room. Including your clothes. And no, I won't make it a 'not so cold ice', as you call it."

"Okay, I'm up!" Anna announced, quickly sitting on her bed. As she did it, her head hit Elsa right on her nose, making the blonde twist her head. "Oh god, I'm so sorry!" Anna yelled, leaning and making Elsa tilt her head up. "Shit, you're bleeding. Keep your head up, I'll be back in a second."

"I'm okay, Anna. It's not like it's the first time you try to knock me down. I've been living with you for the past seventeen years." Elsa joked, but cringed in pain. "But can I have some painkillers this time? You're really improving your methods of torture."

"I wasn't trying to hurt you!" Anna yelled from the bathroom. "And yes, you can." She came back to their room, handing Elsa a bunch of paper for her bleeding nose. "I'm sorry, Els. I'm such a klutz!"

"I'm fine, really." Elsa assured her, wrapping an arm around her sister's shoulders. "Don't be upset, I was just teasing you."

"But I hurt you." Anna mumbled, as Elsa gently stroked her arm.

"Nah, I'm used to it." She joked. "I'm kidding. It's not that bad, buttercup. Come, give me a hug." Anna leaned, resting her head on her sister's shoulder and wrapping her arms around Elsa. "See, we're good." The blonde smiled, pulling Anna closer to herself. "Okay, enough. You're going to get late if you don't start getting ready this very moment, little girl." Anna groaned, pulling away from her sibling. "Go shower now. I'm making us breakfast. And don't take too long in there, or I'll make it snow on the bathroom. And you do know I'm not joking."

"Yes, mom." Anna smirked, removing the napkins from Elsa's nose. "You're right, it doesn't look that bad. But you should put some ice on it." Elsa rolled her eyes but smiled.

"Anna. Shower. Now." She demanded, pushing her sister. "And no chocolate cake for you if you don't come out quickly."

"You're mean." Anna grumbled, getting out of her bed.

"No, I'm not. If I were, I would have put you for adoption." She yelled, as she made her way to the kitchen. She heard a giggle, which made her smile. "I'm eating the whole cake!"

"Shut up, you dork!" Anna shout back. Elsa heard the water starting to run, so she made her way to the stove, grabbing a package of bacon and a few eggs to make her and Anna breakfast.

It was already sort of a routine. She would wake Anna up and cook her breakfast. And then, she would drive her little sister to Arandelle's High School and place a kiss on her cheek, despite the cringe Anna would always make, as a teenager who's ashamed of their parents, and she would wish her a good day at school. Finally, she would drive to her part-time work at a coffee shop and last, she would go to college in the afternoon. Anna would also work at the same coffee shop, but in a different shift. At the end of the day, Elsa would normally be the first one to arrive home. She would make dinner, or some days when she was way too tired, she would just order something and wait for her sibling to get home. As soon as she got home, she and Elsa would dinner together and share their days. After dinner, they would go to bed. It was a comfortable life, after all.

"You better have not eaten the whole cake without me, Blondie." Anna mocked, poking her sister's waist. "Do you want help?"

"I never eat without you." Elsa smiled, leaning on Anna's body. "And no, I'm almost done here. Just go grab our plates."

"Yes, ma'am." Anna joked, bouncing to the other side of the kitchen. "Hey, Kris is throwing a party on Saturday. Do you want to come with me?"

"So I can watch you and your boyfriend making out the whole night? No, thanks." Elsa smiled.

"I don't have a boyfriend, you ass." Anna pouted, throwing a cookie on Elsa. "I swear it's going to be fun. You should come with me, Els."

"What happened with that boy? Henzel? Henry? Harry, right?" She frowned, making Anna roll her eyes.

"You mean Hans?" Elsa nodded sharply. "I broke up with him. He's an idiot. And I'm single, so that means I will give you as much attention as you want."

"It's a tempting offer, but I think I'm refusing it." Elsa said, grabbing a plate.

"Oh, come on! I want you there with me!" The redhead pouted, making Elsa laugh.

"Don't be like that, silly. I'll think about it, okay? Now sit down and eat; you won't be late for school today."

"Is it a challenge?" Anna quirked a brow.

"Just eat."


Elsa leaned on her seat at the car, reaching out to cup Anna's face, placing a sloppy kiss on her cheek.

"Will you ever stop that? People keep staring at me!" Anna groaned, pulling away as Elsa laughed.

"Never. Mom did it to me until I graduated, so it's my duty to do the same to you, buttercup." Anna rolled her eyes at her sister, cringing. "Don't roll your eyes at me, or I'll give you another kiss. Oh, I could actually wait for you to get into your classroom and hand you your lunch! That's a good one, I'll keep that in mind."

"Don't you dare." Anna hissed. "Okay, I'm leaving. Bye Els!"

"Bye, Anna! Have a nice day." Anna smiled at her sister, grabbing her bag and getting out of the car. She walked quickly to her classroom, avoiding a few guys who kept staring at her and making fun of her. She smiled happily as she saw Kristoff and Rapunzel already waiting for her on their usual seats.

"Hey guys!" She cheered, throwing her bag on her chair. "What's up?"

"Nothing important." Kristoff grumbled. Anna rolled her eyes; he was normally a grumpy ass in the morning. "So, you two are coming to my party?"

"Yeah, Eugene and I also invited a few other friends. Is that okay?" Kristoff nodded, making the blonde smile. "Sweet! So, are you and Elsa coming?"

"I invited her, but I don't know." Anna mumbled, resting her back on the chair. "She's not that into parties anyway. I doubt she will show up."

"Who doesn't like parties? Even I like these!" Kristoff said. "And plus, she's nicer than you, so it would be nice if she came."

"Do you have a crush on my sister?" Anna quirked a brow, making Kristoff's face turn red.

"What? No! Of course not! I-I mean, she's pretty and cool, b-but just no." He shook his head, ignoring Rapunzel's giggle. "B-but anyway, why doesn't she like parties?"

"She's just not comfortable around too many people." Anna lied. But it wasn't completely a lie. Elsa was scared she would literally freeze everything around her, so she wasn't comfortable around people. It wasn't a lie. Just… not exactly the truth. "And I swear to god, if I catch you staring at my sister –"

"I don't stare!" Kristoff hissed, throwing his eraser on Anna. "Stop being such an idiot."

"Stop talking about Elsa!" Anna shot back.

"Okay, shut up you two." Rapunzel demanded, and then smirked at Kristoff. "But you do have a crush on her."

"I do n-"

"Hey, Anna!" One of the boys she avoided sat next to her, with a stupid smile on his face. "Was that your sister? She's fucking hot."

"You could introduce her to us." Another one suggested. She closed her eyes, trying to keep cool. "Imagine these lips on my lips. Damn, I was jealous of you today."

"On your lips? Imagine these lips on my di – "

He didn't manage to finish his sentence. Anna was already jumping on him.


"Hi, Elsa!" A brunette cheered, smiling at the younger girl.

"Hey Belle!" She smiled back, closing the door behind her. "Sorry I'm a bit late; Anna was trying to persuade me not to drive her to class."

"And I bet she didn't manage to do so." Belle added. "It's fine. So, how is Anna?"

"She's good." Elsa answered, putting her apron on. "She actually wants me to go to this party with her on Saturday, but I don't know. I just – it doesn't seem to be a good idea."

"Go out with her!" Belle said. "You never go to parties, and never go out with your sister."

"You know why I don't like to go out, Belle." She whispered, looking down to her hands.

"It's not like you're going to freeze the first thing you see, Elsa." Belle rolled her eyes. "And plus, you already can control your powers."

"I know, but it just makes me insecure." She mumbled.

"Wear your gloves then, but go out with her." Belle demanded. "She's your sister, Elsa. She's not just a kid you have to take care of, she's your friend. And I think she needs you around."

"I'll think about it, okay?" Belle nodded, offering her friend a smile. Elsa's phone started to buzz, and she frowned as she saw the number on her screen.

"Is everything okay?" Belle asked.

"It's from Anna's school." She mumbled. "I'll answer it." She walked away from her friend. "Hello? Yes, that's me. She did what?" Belle frowned, but Elsa didn't say anything. "Okay, I'll be there in a moment. Thank you." She turned around to face her friend. "I have to go. Sorry, I can cover it next week."

"It's okay, go." Belle said, waving. "Just don't be too hard on her!"


Anna sat on the couch by her sister's side, avoiding her eyes. She looked to the window, seeing that snow had started to fall again.

"Are you sure you're not controlling the weather or something?" Anna asked, trying to break the ice. "It's really cold outside." Elsa glared at her, making the younger girl gulp.

"Will I seriously have to ask why the hell you did that?" Elsa snapped, trying to control the anger on her voice.

"I don't want to talk about it." Anna mumbled, crossing her arms.

"Yeah, but we have to." Elsa said, turning around to face her. "Look at me, Anna."

"You're not mom, Elsa!" She cried. "Stop trying to act as such."

"I know I'm not mom, but I'm responsible for you! Can't you at least show me a bit of respect once in a while?" Anna huffed, getting out of the couch. "Anna, come back here."

"Mom never yelled at me." She mumbled, making her way to their room. Elsa sighed heavily, following her sister to the bedroom. She found Anna curled up on her bed, trying to ignore Elsa.

"Look, I'm sorry I yelled at you." She said, sitting next to her. "I know I'm not mama, Anna. But I'm the one who's supposed to take care of you if she's gone. And I'm really trying to do it right, b-but you are making it hard to me."

"That's because I miss my friend, Elsa. You've been acting like – I don't even know what." She blurted out. She sat on the bed, as Elsa wrapped her arms around her carefully, placing a kiss on her forehead. "These boys were just being jerks. I lost my head."

"What did they do to you?" Elsa asked, resting her nose on the redhead's hair.

"Mean things." Anna mumbled.

"I already deduced that." Elsa chuckled. "You broke that kid's nose."

"They were saying mean things about you." She said. "T-they were saying you're hot a-and other stuff that got me really mad. I'm sorry." Elsa didn't say anything, just held Anna closer. "A-are you mad at me?"

"For sticking up for me? No, I'm not." Elsa answered, stroking the girl's hair. "But you really should try to keep it cool, Anna."

"I did, I really tried. But he said such a stupid thing, I couldn't handle." Elsa nodded, placing a kiss on the top of her sister's head. "Sorry. I'll do my best so it won't happen again."

"I'm sure you will." Elsa agreed. "I'll tell you what: Saturday we are going out to that party. I'll do my best not to act as mom over you from now on, but you'll have to respect me, Anna. That's the only thing I want you to do. I'm your big sister; I have to take care of you."

"No, Elsa." Anna pulled away from the hug. "You're my sister. We both have to look after each other. I will respect you, but you will respect me too. I'm not a child anymore. And you need someone too, sis." She smiled at Anna, nodding.

"Deal." She agreed. "Come on, we can sleep a little bit more."

"Don't you have work?" Anna quirked a brow.

"I took the day off." She answered, lying by Anna's side. "Shut up now, red. I'm tired."

"Okay." Anna mumbled, turning around and pulling the covers. "But I'm not tired."

"Please, I need some sleep." Elsa grumbled, snuggling on Anna. "Come on, sleep just a little bit."

"All right. But can we do something later?" Anna asked, smirking at Elsa.

"What do you have in mind?" She asked, half-asleep.

"Do you wanna build a snowman?"