Reblogged from annaofarendele
The advice made her chuckle nervously. It seemed a lot of her traits could get her into trouble, really. They’d already done so before. Perhaps it was advice she should heed more often. Nodding a little, Anna gave him a small smile. “Right, I know. I’ll be careful.”
It surprised her, hearing that Aidan’s brother had been here not long ago. “Really? How long ago was it. I..hope he didn’t get trapped in the blizzard we had.” She would’ve felt guilty for it if he got stuck in that awful weather. It never would have happened if she hadn’t taken Elsa’s glove. Then again, they also might have never opened the gates for good if it weren’t for all that, so she couldn’t fully regret it.
Urúvion thought that over a moment. "An hour ago, I say." The Firebird said with a small shrug. "Not really sure, it’s been difficult for me to keep track of time as of late. Though I’m fairly sure there were no blizzards." He said with a small chuckle.
"The only trouble I can recall is when he fell through the ice of a lake up in the mountain." The Firebird said nodding up to the mountain that was never by. "He’s ok of course we were lucky someone had come-by right then….I believe his name was Kristoff? Perhaps you know him?"