Elsa sat in the hospital room, jumpy as ever. She was both extremely excited and terribly nervous. Today was the day she'd be able to leave the hospital and go back to normal life. She knew she would get disapproving thoughts and looks from her subjects. All of which she probably deserved. She had after all nearly killed herself. Twice. And she swore it'd never happen again: a promise she intended to keep.

Elsa sighed and looked at the clock. Anna was supposed to be at the hospital soon to pick her up. ELsa had to wait another five minutes before she could claim Anna was late. Which she probably would be. Better late then never, she told herself.

Elsa knew she wouldn't miss this place. It burned with memories. Some were happy, some were painful. But she was glad she-hopefully- would never have to be there again.

Elsa felt a shiver run through her. The magic was still getting settled in her. She was a little surprised when the doctors told her she had her powers back. The thing that surprised her more was that she realized she had actually missed the magic. She loved and hated it at the same time. But she'd come to realize the snow was apart of her.

Anna skipped down the halls of the hospital. She didn't know why she was so happy. She figured it had something to do with her sisters big day of getting out of the hospital.

"ELsa," Anna said as she reached the room her sister was staying in, "are you ready to leave?"

"Of course! I was ready to leave since the moment I got here." Elsa answered. The two sisters giggled.

A nurse entered the room and asked Anna if she was here to take the Queen back to the palace. Anna nodded. The nurse gave Anna some paper work to fill out, all of which Anna didn't want to do. Elsa helped out with it. Anna did half, ELsa did the other half. Once the paper work was done, Anna had full permission to take the Queen away.

Elsa didn't feel healthy enough to walk all the way back to the palace even though it was a short distance from there. So the hospital gave Elsa a wheelchair she could use until she felt stronger.

The royal carriage driver insisted to come along to get Elsa so they wouldn't have to walk so long. But Anna turned him down; she'd rather have a nice walk home with her sister. Cause that's what normal sister do.

"So did you learn your lesson?" Anna asked.

"What lesson?" Elsa questioned.

"That you should never ever ever do this again." Anna answered.

"Don't worry, I won't. Promise." ELsa answered.

"For real this time?" Anna asked.

Elsa nodded.

"Good. But just for good measure, I hired a psychiatrist and your scheduled to have appointments with him twice a week." Anna announced.

Elsa merely laughed. "Anna, I don't need a psychiatrist. I think I can handle myself. I made a promise and I'll keep it."

"So your cured?" Anna asked, hope gleaming in her eyes.

Elsa smiled and shook her head. "Your never really cured; you just learn to live life one step of a time." she answered.

Anna nodded, replaying those words in her head. You just learn to live life one day at a time. It wasn't exactly the answer she was looking for, but it was better then nothing.

The end of the story! I'm not to happy with the ending chpater but hey, it's something. So what did you think? Good ending? Bad ending? Sequel? If so, any suggestions? Review and tell me what you thought. You all have been amazing, thank you so much for reading this story. It means a lot to me :)