Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Frozen / Things we can learn from the characters / Elsa

Oh my gosh I have wanted to do a post on Frozen forever. I am finally doing it!!

Elsa: At the beginning Elsa tried to hide her powers. Then she let them slip and ran away. Then she used them excessively, not caring about anything anymore. She was as the song goes, 'Letting it go'. Then she accidentally hurt Anna. Anna eventually ended up saving her, and she sat back down, and got to work. 

What we can learn: 1) She was never happy hiding her powers. God gives us gifts to use for His glory, not to hide away.  2) When she finally let her powers loose, she let go of the reins and let the horse run wild. It's okay to let a horse run, but she let go of the reins. She not only didn't listen to the bad things people where saying about her, which was good, but she forgot all responsibility of being queen, older sister, and creature of God 3) Because of her lack of responsibility she hurt Anna when Anna was trying to help Elsa and Arendelle 4) Anna was the one who ended up saving Elsa from Prince Hans. When Elsa realized what true love was, and how to restore summer, she finally did the right thing 5) Elsa took back the reins and got her kingdom under control.

I'll be doing more with Anna, Hans, Christophe, and Olaf, and maybe Sven.

Hope you liked it. I'd really like some feed-back on how I can improve these posts, I don't feel like this was the best, but don't know how to make it better.



  1. Yay! I'm so excited to have another blog to read :)
    The post was awesome, I love Frozen! (However, the grey background is kind of hard to read on, sorry :/)

  2. Glad you liked it. :) I'll try a lighter grey maybe. Let me know if it's easier to read.

  3. It is really hard to read your font.....you can't even see the comments. Love how you used horses and reins in the beginning when talking about Elsa!

    1. Thanks! I've always liked to use that example. :)

  4. Whoops! When I changed the color I didn't realize it was the same as the comments! Is this font better? And I'll change the color of the comments.

  5. Oh, this background color is much better! Great job, Brookie!


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