oh my gosh! you know, it honestly wasn’t planned i just happened to run into him when i went out to get food. ( i had even told him he didn’t have to take a picture , that i just was happy enough to see him ) and you guys , that puts smiles on peoples faces ! nor did i expect it , i’m just glad he was nice enough to take a picture with me. i was also very apologetic because i know it might be stressful for them, but they’re human beings & sometimes i think people forget that. he’s someone i admire so much , and im still very happy that i ran into him. he and his friend seemed to be very humored by my apologies though lol he’s overall a wonderful human being.
Sometimes I think about how much of a natural born leader Anna is.
Like the way she effortlessly took control after Elsa ran away at the Coronation Ball. “Bring me my horse! Please,” she demands firmly but evenly, “I leave Prince Hans in charge.” Without even knowing it, she’s confident and slides into her role.
She’s brave and courageous and most importantly in a crisis, she keeps an even head. When the wolves attack she just instinctively reacts to the situation, thinks on her feet, and saves them.
When it matters the most, Anna just knows what to do, its instinctual.
It’s only when she has time to think that she gets nervous and second-guesses herself and I just love her to pieces. She can be every bit as regal and poised as Elsa if need be, but she’s also got the raw temperament and instinct for how to deal with people and the environment around her in times of emergency.