I have to be honest. I love this pairing. They're just so perfect for each other. If you heard me talk about them in real life, I'd probably be going full fanboy. If you need further explanation: they have ice powers, they both are fairly attractive, and they both know the pain of loneliness and can relate to each other. Not to mention, the fan-created fiction I've read for this pairing creates a whole new set of feels.
You know where else we take one piece of art and mix it with another piece of art? My mind. Obviously. Well, that and in an English classroom. After reading The Fault in Our Stars by the incredibly awesome John Green, I related that book to everything in life and in my classroom. We're reading Frankenstein? Instant relevant quote:
“The marks humans leave are too often scars. You build a hideous minimall or start a coup or try to become a rock star and you'll think "they'll remember me now," but all you leave behind are more scars. Your coup becomes a dictatorship. Your minimall becomes a lesion” -John Green
There was a group that did a presentation in English last week about how our life experiences and where we come from affects how we read or see things. It's pretty easy to see how what we know before-hand affects the way we view something new. After seeing Frozen, I'm probably unlikely to see ice in the same way before, even if it's just a subtle change. More likely than seeing ice in a different way, I'm probably going to try my best to incorporate the songs everywhere, especially in literature.
I have to admit, blogging again feels really good. You could say I let it go, because for the first time in forever, I enjoyed creating a blog post.
So to celebrate, I present some absolutely beautiful pictures created by fans of Jack and Elsa, or Jelsa. I have to be honest, if I could, I would hang all these pictures up and frame them in my house. I guess I'll settle for showing them off here!