Aysha and Karla left last night. It was a relief to finally see them off. Having the car loaded (packing finished), checking them in to the flight (tickets obtained) and watching them pass through customs (passport and paperwork accepted) meant that all the preparations for the trip had finally been completed. I was sad to see the two leave, but satisfied that Karla was finally headedto where she needs to be.
I got up this morning without an urgent checklist to accomplish. It was kind of lonely, and since Sylvia wasn't coming, I straightened up the house a bit too keep myself occupied until it was time to go to school.
Time feels like an unlimited resource. All of a sudden, it's not measured in moments until Aysha wakes or periods of walking loops in the apartment. Now, there's a whole lot of it, but no one here to share it with.