"That probably wasn't the best way to tell them about the party," Kristoff told Anna after she shut the door.
She shrugged, "They were going to find out eventually, why not now?"
"Well maybe because you almost killed your sister's boyfr--"
"Kristoff," she glared, "that was rhetorical." She picked up the suitcase that was by the door, "Come on let's go to our room." Kristoff grabbed his bag and followed Anna upstairs. She opened the first door but saw a pink and a brown suitcase laying open on the floor.
Anna frowned, she walked out and into the next room, that one also had stuff in it. She knew the last one was occupied because it was Elsa's. "I think we're going to have to sleep on the couches. All the rooms are full."
They walked back downstairs and put their suitcases in the closet.
"I don't mind." Kristoff shrugged.
"I do. Elsa's going to be checking in on us every five minutes."
Kristoff hugged her from behind. "I'm pretty sure it would be every second if we were sharing a room." He joked.
"True." She stood on her tip-toes and kissed him quickly on the lips. "Lets go outside."
Jack and Flynn were leaning against the wall next to the door, holding water balloons in their hands. Elsa and Hiccup hid behind chairs on the deck, also holding water balloons. Merida and Rapunzel we just under the deck with five-gallon buckets filled with balloons.
They were all waiting for Anna and Kristoff to step out the door, so that they could strike.
The door creaked open revealing the Kristoff giving Anna a piggy-back ride. Everyone jumped up from where they were hiding, immediately pelting the two with water balloons.
Anna shrieked in shock, and hopped off of Kristoff. The six sprinted off the deck stopping in the grass to look at the soaked Anna and Kristoff.
"You are so going to get it!" Anna shouted threateningly, but with a smile on her face. "Come on!" She grabbed Kristoff's hand and got to the side of the cabin where the hose was.
"What are you doing?" Anna twisted off the part of the hose that connected to spicket in the wall. She attached another hose to it that ran underground. "Anna?"
"Shhh!" She hissed.
"What do you think they're doing?" Elsa asked as the couple disappeared behind the cabin.
"Probably making out." Flynn suggested. They all squinted toward the side of the cabin.
"Nah, Anna was mad. She won't give up that easily." Hiccup said. Considering Elsa was practically his sister, he knew Anna almost as well.
Rapunzel agreed, she knew her cousin wasn't one to give up easily. "He's right, she's up to something."
"But what?" Elsa looked at them.
"Red and I will find out." Jack nudged Merida's shoulder. She punched his arm but followed the teen that had started creeping to the corner of the cabin.
Elsa and Rapunzel shrieked as the sprinklers started, running onto the porch. Hiccup and Eugene followed behind them. Jack and Merida were close enough to they cabin that they didn't get wet.
Anna and Kristoff peeked around the wall.
"Got you!" Anna shouted jumping up and down.
Now that almost everyone was wet, they didn't really care if they got even more wet.
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A Week at the CabinFanfiction
BOOK TWO of the "So This is Life" series. Elsa, Jack, Merida, Hiccup, Anna, Kristoff, Rapunzel, and Flynn leave for their annual trip to Elsa's lake cabin. Their week is full of games, parties, and prank wars. So join in on the fun. This short story...