I was rewatching this last night with some of the usual suspects, and I noticed a thing: this is the only time Elsa slips on ice.
She later runs up a staircase made of ice, in heels, while skipping steps, and this is the only time she slips on ice.
I wonder, if on days upon weeks locked in her room, watching life outside from her window, and spends hours upon hours walking on ice. In slippers, in heels, barefoot even. Runs laps around her room, maybe jumping jacks, all just to practice. So she’ll never, ever slip on her own ice again. Because she lost her footing once, and it nearly cost her everything. (And look who paid, paid so dearly that it’s still written in her hair.)
And she’d rather damn herself than lose her footing again. (Turns out, that didn’t matter, in the end.)
Currently joining the Homestuck fandom
OH WELL IMAGINE AS IM PACING THE PEWS IN A CHURCH CORRIDOR
AND I CAN’T HELP BUT TO HEAR NO I CAN’T HELP BUT TO HEAR AN EXCHANGING OF WORDS
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING SAYS A BRIDESMAID TO A WAITOR
YES BUT WHAT A SHAME WHAT A SHAME THE POOR GROOMS BRIDE IS A
reason number 343451 to like ke$ha
on a scale from Matilda to Carrie how well do you handle having telekinesis and terrible parents
Alex & Jack’s letters to FOB after the Believers Never Die Part Deux Tour
THIS SCARED THE PISS OUT OF ME WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THIS
SHERLOCK COULD BREAK MYCROFT
AND SO WHAT DOES HE DO WHEN MYCROFT DECIDES TO BELITTLE HIM?
HE GOES AND ALMOST FUCKING BREAKS HIS ARM
SHERLOCK HAS AN INSANE AMOUNT OF SELF-CONTROL WHEN HE’S NOT HIGH AND WE ALL MISS IT BECAUSE WE DON’T GET TO SEE THESE MOMENTS