Look at that smol darling precious baby too good for this world Queen of Arendelle. Anna’s happiness has always been Elsa’s top priority—even at such a young age. There’s this mixture of exhilaration and that flutter in her stomach whenever she makes/gives something to Anna as if she’s asking her if it’s okay. If it’s good enough. If she likes it.
“Is this snowman okay? Do you want me to build you another one? A whole army? I love seeing you so happy!
“Do you like it? If you don’t, it’s totally okay! There’s more out there, and I can give you or make you something else!”
Elsa just wants Anna happy and smiling. That’s all. That’s all she has ever wanted. And it BROKE her when SHE became the reason of Anna’s biggest heartbreak. But love? Yeah, love makes you do CRAZY things like leaving your sister so she can have a SAFE and LONGER life even if it means that you have to isolate yourself and accept the fact that you will be alone and will die alone. Yeah, that’s love.
So this whole idea and strings of debates that I keep reading about Elsa NOT loving Anna should just stop and rot in hell.
Ask me what I love about these two pictures. Here, I’ll tell you: There’s Olaf in both of them.
A snowman. Their snowman. The symbol of their childhood and the very first thing Elsa gave life to. The constant reminder that Elsa is able to create life rather than just destroy everything she touches as she THINKS of ANNA when she sees (and created) OLAF.
Olaf. The one obvious, magnificent, and heartbreaking symbolism in the film. In his first creation, the sisters were separated because of the accident. But when he truly came to life—when Elsa relived their childhood and re-created him in her liberation ballad as a living, breathing, part of herself—Olaf became the bridge to reconcile them both and remind Anna that Elsa has never stopped thinking about her. Or loving her.
So hell yeah. Do You Wanna Build A Snowman? will always be their Do You Know How Much I Love You?
Yes, Queen Elsa—in all her glorious and dorky ways—just wants to make today, everyday, and forever a perfect day for Anna.