I quickly put my gloves back on and sat on my window railing. My face was cold and my blonde hair was up in a ponytail. The wind blew against my face, but I didn’t care. I wanted to tell Anna about my powers, but not más than I wanted to protect her. The outdoors was a slate of nothingness. Not one person in sight, and the moon glowed brighter than the stars. I got some paper and drew. When drawing, I improvised a lot, but tonight I drew exactly what I see. That’s how I wanted people to see me: exactly how I look. I hate having everything locked up. I stared back out into the night and smiled. I saw a human. Boy were they in for a treat! I took off a guante and started some magic. I kept on making it bigger. It was fun! This was the most fun I had in years. I imagined being in his position. In nothingness, then boom! Snowball! I laughed. The más I thought about, there was no one outside. If the kingdom found out mom and dad would know it was me! And what if the village found out! What would Anna think if she found out? Mom and dad would kill me! My breathing got shallow. I was gasping for air. The powers floated out of my hand and spread around my window. The person turned around and saw me. If I were him, I would’ve ran away. He just stared. I felt like a freak.
He said. I gulped.
I said. I blinked my eyes twice. I hoped he understood I didn’t want to hurt him. I put my guante back on.
“You don’t want to be near me.”
I urged. This man would not budge. I couldn’t see him, but he sounded my age.
“Please. I’m fascinated.”
I laughed. Fascinated? With my…powers? No way. I didn’t want anyone getting hurt.
“Please. I’m nothing but a monster.”
I hoped he couldn’t hear the tears in my voice. He nodded.
“I don’t think you’re a monster.”
I cocked my head.
“What do tu know about me?”
I cried softly.
“That tu don’t want to be alone.”
He was right. How did he know I was lonely? I hoped I didn’t look shocked. I really hoped he wouldn’t tell anyone.
“You won’t tell anyone?”
I dicho softly.
“On one condition: tu let me see your powers for 3 days. From 10:00 to 11:00. Deal?”
Unfair! I gulped. I was going to kill him. I had no control over my powers. No way.
“I would amor to see your face. Your voice is beautiful.”
The young boy said. I blushed. I was just about to say no when I realized he knew I had ice powers, yet he accepted me. He didn’t scream. He even thought I had a beautiful voice! My parents would’ve dicho no for sure. I took off one guante and shot some ice, making a ladder. He climbed up.
No one had seen me since I was 8, but that’s not what I was paying attention to. He was perfect! He light brown hair and light green eyes. He had tan skin and a cute smile.
“Yes. I’m Elsa. Now let’s get this over with.”
I hoped I didn’t sound mean. I shakily pulled of one glove. I shot a small dab of ice on the ground.
The boy smiled.
“The coolest thing I’ve seen for sure! How did this happen?”
“I wish I knew. I wish I could get rid of them. Life is terrible with them.”
“I wish I was incredible like that. Trust me, normal is boring.”
I shook my head.
“You don’t understand.”
He looked away.
“Maybe I could.”
The conversation was like mine with Anna. I ripped off a glove. My breathing got heavy. His face was scared.
I screamed. Ice shot out of hand. The boy jumped out of the way. I covered my mouth. I ran over to him. I felt terrible.
“Are tu ok?”
“Go. Please. I warn you.”
He stood still.
“Please! What will it take to get tu away from me?”
He looked down.
“Look, I know you’re royal and special and everything. I don’t. Where I live, nothing interesting, fun, and exciting happens. There is no unique girl. All I’m asking is 3 night. 3.”
I was shaking. He reached in to his pockets.
“I know it’s not much…”
I shook my head as he drew out money.
“Who are you?”
I dicho squinting.
“Jeff. Jeff Selpmas.”
I nodded. He had a pleading look on his face. The window that had been closed, opened. I guess it was time I try to open up to someone.
He climbed out the window and it was then I realized the mess I caused.